We’re on a mission to use benchmarking to drive continuous improvement and equitable health outcomes for tāngata whai ora, whānau and communities.
For people delivering adult mental health and addiction services in DHB and NGO settings.
For people delivering child and youth mental health and addiction services in DHB and NGO settings.
International literature suggests the whānau engagement indicator is the first of its kind and offers Aotearoa New Zealand the opportunity to lead the world in continuous improvement related to how
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The voices of all will compel us forward in the right direction. This emerged as a pivotal theme during the inaugural KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week and is why this issue of The Indicator is dedicated to showcasing the multitude of people who shared their experiences, learnings and examples of how data, information and benchmarking is being used to inform and transform services and systems across Aotearoa.
From 22 March, the KPI Programme will be delivering it’s inaugural Super Benchmarking Week. An opportunity for people working in and with the mental health and addiction sector to collaborate, innovate, enable and promote to keep driving continuous improvement and equitable health outcomes for tāngata whai ora, whānau and communities.