Kia ora!

Welcome to the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Programme for the mental health and addiction sector.

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We’re on a mission to use benchmarking to drive continuous improvement and equitable health outcomes for tāngata whai ora, whānau and communities.

Streams

Adult

For people delivering adult mental health and addiction services in DHB and NGO settings.

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Child and Youth

For people delivering child and youth mental health and addiction services in DHB and NGO settings.

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NGO

For people interested in the continuous improvement of our NGO mental health and addiction services.

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Upcoming events

September 2022

Thu
29

Aotearoa’s age of criminal responsibility is lower than many other countries around the world and a few organisations including Amnesty and other experts would like the government to do something

October 2022

Thu
13

Join us as we use the 28- day readmission dashboards to uncover insights and identify areas for service improvement. We will discuss trends and patterns that have been observed and

Thu
20

Join us as we use the 7-day follow up indicator to uncover insights and identify areas for service improvement. We will discuss trends and patterns that have been observed and

News

Stay up to date with our latest articles and pānui.

Benchmarking out inequity

September 8, 2022

It has been more than two years since the KPI Programme has been able to bring together contributors in person from across Aotearoa New Zealand to benchmark, collaborate and innovate using mental health and addiction service data.

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New whānau engagement indicator data dashboard now live

July 19, 2022

The KPI Programme is thrilled to launch the refreshed whānau engagement indicator for the mental health and addiction sector.

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2022 NGO workforce survey

June 28, 2022

In July 2022, Te Pou is surveying NGOs to find out what the alcohol and drug and mental health services’ workforce looks like and where key gaps are. The survey aims to collect workforce information from NGOs with health contracts to deliver these services to adults.

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