|Community Monitoring in Health Resources for the Practitioner|
Collation and Analysis: Making the Report Card
When the report card is presented the first sheet will include the different issues and the colour of the traffic light as indicated through this analysis. However this is not the complete report card. The second part of the report card will include a narrative justification of why the score or traffic light was obtained. This will include a summary of the different scores obtained from different sources, any particular stories which justify a point of view, any substantial differences in the opinions of the doctors and the observations and the community experiences and so on.
This report card should first be presented to the community representatives and endorsed/ verified that it does represent their collective experience. Once the report card is endorsed then it can be publicly shared with municipal and health and other authorities.