These are our current Child and Youth stream Key Performance Indicators. Click on any indicator to read more about the technical definitions.
You can also read more about the definitions in this document.
Please note – The Child and Youth data dashboards are not currently available. The Child and Youth stream are currently reviewing their KPI indicators and will be building data dashboards once consultation with the sector is complete. The indicators below are the historical suite and include technical definitions only. Please contact the KPI Programme team if you have any questions or would like to contribute to the development of indicators for this stream.
Referral to first face to face contact - all referrals
Referral to first face to face contact - non urgent
Referral to third face to face contact - all referrals (with third contact)
Referral to third face to face contact - non urgent
The total number of community treatment days on which one or more activities are recorded for a service user by an in scope community team. The activity may involve the service user directly or indirectly, for example it may be in relation to the service user’s care but the service user may not necessarily be present. Activities coded as T35 (DNA) are excluded.
Treatment days with family whanau involvement: Total number of community treatment days provided by the mental health and addiction service organisation’s community mental health and addiction services within a three month reference period that include:
a. In scope activity types:
i. T32 contact with family whānau, consumer not present
ii. T36 contact with family whānau, consumer present
iii. T47 support for family whānau
b. Out of scope activity settings:
i. WR written correspondence
ii. SM SMS text messaging
iii. OM other social media, e-therapy
7. Inclusion of open referrals, i.e. where referral end date = NULL
8. Exclusion of Alcohol & Drug Teams (AOD) and Forensic Services
9. Exclusion of NGOs
10. Results reported for the most recent one to two quarters are highly likely to be preliminary when first eligible face to face activity or first whānau contact are retrospectively submitted to PRIMHD.
Process of identifying and collapsing overlapping eligible episode from PRIMHD:
This indicator uses the same technical notes as Referral to first face to face contact – all referrals.
The main difference between the two is that wait time is calculated from start of referral to the third face to face contact, and has different thresholds, within 8 and 12 weeks.
Total number of DNA contacts for in scope community services in the reporting period.
DNA – T35 Did not attend
Total number of contacts, including DNAs, for in scope community services in the reporting period.
In May 2020, the KPI Programme received an 18-month contract variation from the Ministry of Health to explore the development of a youth forensic KPI stream. As part of this variation, the KPI Programme is undertaking research to provide an evidence base for potential indicators that relate to the national youth forensic model of care. Development of potential indicators is done through a collaborative process with the sector and the Ministry of Health.
If you are interested in finding out more about the work we are doing in youth forensic mental health services, or would like to contribute to the scoping of this potential new stream, please contact us.
Our Child and Youth stream leads represent our sector contributors and work alongside the KPI Programme team to deliver sector events and guide continuous improvement initiatives. Get to know our current stream leads.
Consultant, Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry, Nga Taiohi (3 DHB) - Capital and Coast DHBView full profile
Operations Manager, Child, Youth and Family Mental Health Services - Waitematā DHBView full profile
Youth Consumer Advisor - Werry Workforce WhāraurauView full profile
Clinical Manager iCAMHS - Lakes DHBView full profile
Psychiatrist - Hawkes Bay DHB and Psychiatrist Regional Forensic Services - Capital and Coast DHB