The Health & Disability System Review
The Health and Disability System Review was charged with taking a system-wide approach to what needs to change to ensure our future system achieves better and more equitable health and wellbeing outcomes for all New Zealanders.
The final report discusses a range of detailed proposals regarding all the elements that need to change for the New Zealand health and disability system to produce more equitable health outcomes and to become more financially sustainable.
Allied Health Position Statement
The National Allied Health , Scientific and Technical Informatics Group, and the Chief Allied Health Professions Office, Ministry of Health have partnered to publish this Position Statement to emphasise the role of allied health professions in leading digital and data-driven health and disability services and outcomes. It is endorsed by the Clinical Informatics Leadership Network (CiLN).
This position statement:
- acknowledges the value of Allied Health, Scientific and Technical (AHST) professions within the health and disability system of Aotearoa New Zealand
- identifies AHST collective’s capacity for leadership, collaboration, healthcare reform and improved digital and data competency
- highlights the potential for AHST professions to lead in shaping the future of our health and disability system to meet the needs of our entire population’s hauora.