Sectors of Focus

  • Health


  • Clients

Health Intervention Completion Rate (PI3902)

Percentage of the organization's clients, or patients, who successfully completed the course of a health intervention during the reporting period.
Reporting format
Metric type
Metric level
Product/Service, Organization
IRIS metric citation
IRIS, 2016. Health Intervention Completion Rate (PI3902). v4.0.


Organizations should footnote the expected timeframe and clinical protocols that define a completed treatment, in addition to all assumptions used. See usage guidance for further information.

Usage Guidance

  • The numerator of this calculation should be the number of patients who successfully completed treatment. Successful completion means that all required steps were completed and taken in the appropriate timeframe, and that the treatment adhered to local protocols.
  • The denominator of this calculation should be the number of clients who were expected to complete the treatment program during the reporting period.
  • Examples of interventions in which this metric might apply include:
    - Percentage of pregnant patients who had all required ANC visits during the reporting period.
    - Percentage of patients who completed all required counseling visits during the reporting period.