Fewer children are missing critical health checks thanks to an innovative online tool and coordination service from Pinnacle Midland Health Network.
The New Zealand Health Care Home and its harnessing of data to improve long term health outcomes gained international attention at a recent conference in Sydney.
This report provides insight into the development and roll out of Midlands Health Network's integrated model of care to three Hamilton practices.
This report looks at the new Clinical Pharmacist role, the work and tasks undertaken, and relationships with NorthCare's GP teams and patients.
This health and service profile describes the health characteristics of patients enrolled with Midlands Health Network practices in Hamilton city.
The B4 School Check (B4SC) pilot was set up after feedback from the Ministry of Health that certain groups were not engaging in the B4SC programme.
'A snap shot of the model of care to date' provides facts, figures and experiences of those at the current model of care proof of concept sites.
The Midlands Health Network Maori Health Profile describes the health of the enrolled Maori population and the development of Maori health services.
Patients and clinicians at Hamilton's NorthCare practices have completed the second of three surveys on our model of care and the results have been published.
This report is a view into another way of doing things via the eyes of a group of who spent time visiting Group Health in Seattle in mid-2010.
The 2012 South Waikato Population Health and Service Profile describes the health of patients enrolled with Pinnacle practices in South Waikato.
The plan sets out the strategic direction, health outcomes and the way the eco-system will be developed to support the strategic objectives over the next three years.
Patients who could benefit from more physical activity are getting the push they need with help from their GP and Sport Waikato.
Hamilton patient Alex is an ex-practice nurse, a full time
professional worker in her 50s, fit and has Type II diabetes.
Waikato DHB has exited the child and youth coordination services (Cay-C) contract, effective 17 December 2018.