To improve patient outcomes, elevate caregiver engagement, increase value, and reduce cost, the Institute for Human Caring (IHC) at Providence St. Joseph Health published quality-improvement reporting suites for clinical staff to monitor practices related to advance care planning, goals of care/shared decision making, symptom management, palliative care, and hospice care. The IHC believes that what we measure influences how we behave in healthcare. The goal of creating and using these data and reporting suites is to make caring for the whole person the new normal across the seven-state health system, and serve as a model for the nation. The IHC borrowed heavily from the tenets of palliative care. This session will show how to construct reporting suites and leverage analytics to help deliver more humanized, goal-aligned, cost-effective care.