Excitement is building as we round the corner to our November 2020 KPI Programme forums next week. It’s been a full couple of months with the Programme stream leads and Programme team meeting fortnightly to plan data-rich sessions dedicated to leveraging our KPIs to share learning insights and inspire action.
In their preparations, the stream leads have carefully reviewed the feedback provided by people who attended the June 2020 forums. We’re sure you will see in the forum agendas how their voices have been reflected with an increase in forum duration to three hours, more time allocated to breakout spaces and better use of data to improve understanding about the initiatives that can improve outcomes across our diverse communities.
We are especially looking forward to releasing our new KPI Programme strategy for the next three years at the November forums. Informed by the voices and priorities of the sector over the past 18 months, the strategy paves the way with an ambitious intent to realise the full utility of benchmarking to drive continuous improvement and the equity of health outcomes for tāngata whai ora, whānau and communities.
During the November forums, we will also be providing a preview of our new KPI Programme website and the development of new data visualisation tools. Both are key milestones in the Programme’s evolution as we seek to equip the sector to take informed collective action on some of our most pressing and complex challenges.
While our new strategy will help keep us focused on ‘why’ we exist and what we are striving for, we understand that it will be what we do which truly determines the difference we make in the lives of the people we serve. As a Programme, we feel privileged to be able to facilitate space for our sector to use data and benchmarking to challenge what they know now to uncover new ways of working that improve service quality, accessibility, and health equity outcomes.