Thinking of service redesign but don't know where to start? Want to build services in genuine partnership with your communities? Join our webinar to learn about our new principles-based framework, Kia Kotahi Partnership in Design (KKPID), created to ensure that people and their family/ whānau are at the centre of designing equitable health services in a genuine and purposeful partnership.
04 Oct, 2022 |
Lyttleton-based couple Andrea Solzer and Matthias Blattner want what all parents want – for their children to be safe, happy and healthy. When their youngest daughter became increasingly frustrated and reluctant to participate at school, teachers suggested one-to-one support through Mana Ake – Stronger for tomorrow, an initiative that supports schools, families and whānau when children are experiencing issues that impact their wellbeing.
15 Sep, 2022 |
Staff working in aged residential care (ARC) facilities in Te Waipounamu South Island are making good use of access to their residents’ up-to-date health information with more than 2,000 patient records viewed in Health Connect South (HCS) / HealthOne (H1) in July.
06 Sep, 2022 |
People with experience of chronic pain are being called on to help redesign health services to ensure there’s a range of support across community and specialist services.
12 Aug, 2022 |
We are seeking people living in Canterbury with a lived experience of chronic pain or people who have been a carer or parent of a person with a lived experience of chronic pain to be part of a consumer group.
26 Jul, 2022 |
Staff working in aged residential care facilities across the South Island are finding it easier to make informed decisions about their residents’ care with newly granted access to Health Connect South / HealthOne.
05 Jul, 2022 |
A short-term project to capture successful elements of our system’s response to COVID-19 and use them as building blocks to enhance coordination and integration of health and social care for our wider community is underway.
17 May, 2022 |
A project to develop a new model of care for people living with chronic pain has been given the green light. The new model will be co-designed by people living with chronic pain – a long term condition which often starts as an injury, accident, or illness. They’ll work with primary care and specialist clinicians to develop clinical and social supports for people suffering from chronic pain in the community.
05 May, 2022 |