HSM-260 wk 3 check point Cost per-output and Cost per-outcome response

HSM-260 wk 3 check point Cost per-output and Cost per-outcome response

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Running head: COST PER OUTPUT AND COST PER OUTCOME RESPONSE 1 Cost Per Output and Cost Per Outcome Response Anna Borsick HSM/260 November 26, 2011 Marilyn Gardner
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COST PER OUTPUT AND COST PER OUTCOME RESPONSE 2 Cost Per Output and Cost Per Outcome Response The continued financial support of the agency’s existences and program services are dependent on these two factors; cost per-output and cost per-outcome. This financial analysis provides a closer look at the financial management of the agency. This financial management method evaluates whether the mission of the agency is being up-held and goals and objectives for services are being met. The cost per-output and cost per-outcome evaluation establishes how the services are implemented and if the agency is grounded financially. Cost per-output and cost per-outcome determination is of vital importance to budgeting program finances. If an agency does not practice good budgeting in this area of their finances they could very easily miss-calculate spending and put the program and the agency in jeopardy. According to an article retrieved from The Urban Institute, Washington D.C.;
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