Process analysis is useful in determining how, why, and under what conditions a program succeeds or fails in creating certain outcomes. Process analysis is conceptually appealing because the results can be used for program replication, improvement and pruning. As well, process analysis aids in the identification of confounding variables operating in a program that may effect outcomes. Unfortunately, a major practice obstacle in conducting process analysis is determining measures and methods for collecting process data. This article describes the Standardized Tracking Form (STF) used to record information useful for process analysis. A case study of how the STF is used by a health unit is presented and discussed.