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Te view the latest Te ORA ePanui click here. Date: Thursday, 25 August 2016
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This report has much to commend it. The move to a national services procurement programme with a population health focus will do much to reduce fragmentation of services, and fewer DHBs with no appointed governers is likely to increase efficiency. But it has two...
Treaty of Waitangi The Health Services and Outcomes Kaupapa Inquiry (Wai 2575) began in November 2016. Wai 2499 was filed by Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa2. The Wai 2499 claim concerns inequitable Māori health outcomes across the entire New Zealand health system, including...
Te ORA, the Māori Medical Practitioners Association acknowledges the work of the Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry and respectfully forwards this submission. Te ORA is the professional body representing approximately 350 Māori medical practitioner across general...