Whānau Tahi

Arctic Information Technology's strategic partnership with Whānau Tahi

 

Counties Manukau Health reports on its At Risk Individuals Model of Care which uses the Whānau Tahi platform.

In response to concerns that people with long term health conditions are not always well supported by proactive or co-ordinated services, Counties Manukau Health (CMH) introduced the At Risk Individuals (ARI) model of care.

The ARI model of care provides funding to primary care practices (via Primary Health Organisations) for extended consultations, home visits and other services designed to support patients to achieve their own health goals.

CMH commissioned the Health Services Research Centre at Victoria University of Wellington to evaluate ARI, with an emphasis on the extent to which the new model of care is changing the way primary care practices work.

Read more here: www.victoria.ac.nz

Whānau Tahi to feature on TVNZ’s Te Karere.

The Whānau Tahi deal in the US with a major IT organisation, Arctic IT, will feature on TVNZ’s Te Karere News programme.

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Navigator software purchased by Arctic Information Technology.

Whānau Tahi Navigator software has been purchased by Arctic Information Technology, Inc. (Arctic IT), an Alaskan Native-Owned Enterprise to deliver critical technology and connected services to tribal organizations throughout North America.

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Whānau Tahi spring soiree highlights the Care in being Connected

“Thank you so much for having us last night. It's always great to connect with such passionate health providers."

Kind regards Chelsea Blair Strategic Partner, Provider Service Delivery ACC

“Thanks for a fabulous event the other night. Thanks for including me. Thought the speakers were fabulous"

Kate Reid Deputy Chair New Zealand Health IT

Soiree highlights: Jo-Ann Jacobson

Diana Phone strongly believes people that provide healthcare should be working with each other.

“No silos, so there is one care plan that everyone is contributing to so the patient care is right every time,” says Phone, who is a pharmacist who divides her time between Waimauku Village Pharmacy and as clinical lead at Ko Awatea which is part of Counties Manukau Health.

Her work in this space has brought her the Professional Service of the Year award, the Innovations award and the overall Supreme award at the 2017 NZ Pharmacy Awards.

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Dr Nick Goodwin shares his stories of empowering vulnerable populations:

‘Community Pharmacy at the’ frontline’ of Shared Care’

Waimauku Pharmacy - 2017 HINZ Conference Submission – Digital Health Ideas

For too many years our communities, families and individuals have suffered from a siloed approach to health and community care support.

The growth in Long Term Conditions coupled with Aging Populations and disease states such as Diabetes exacerbated by lifestyle choices are at an epidemic scale.

Early intervention is the key to interrupting counter-intuitive behaviours and needs to be accessible and attainable at the frontline!

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Inspiring new ideas and stronger partnerships for improving population health (Hawkes Bay DHB)

Asia Pacific Integrated Care- Brisbane Australia6-8 November 2017

Introduction (Context and Problem Statement)

The HBDHB Mental Health Service provides care to 3,000 clients at any one time. Mental Health Service (MHS), range from inpatient through to intensive care, community-based services and community-based case consultation.

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‘Doing whatever it takes’ - A Collective Impact Model of Care

Turuki Health DHB - 2017 HINZ Conference Submission – Digital Health Ideas

1. Introduction

At Turuki Health Care our job is to provide whānau/family-basedhealth, wellness and socialservices to peopleinSouthAuckland.

We have spent many years weaving together health, social and community services ‘Doing whatever it takes’ to get more meaningful outcomes for Māori knowing that we only become ill when we don’t have the resources to stay well.

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‘Team Based Care - Connecting Providers to put Clients first’

Hawkes Bay DHB - 2017 HINZ Conference Submission – Digital Health Ideas

1. Introduction

The HBDHB Mental Health Service provides care to 3,000 clients at any one time. Mental Health Service (MHS), range from inpatient through to intensive care, community-based services and community-based case consultation.

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Inspiring new ideas and stronger partnerships for improving population health (Turuki Healthcare)

Asia Pacific Integrated Care(APIC) - Brisbane Australia- 6-8 November 2017

Abstract Theme - Engaging and Empowering People and Communities

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Whānau Tahi Pānui

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Māori IT Company lays foundation for award winners

Waimauku Village Pharmacy makes a clean sweep of the Annual Pharmacy Guild Awards with new models of care supported by the Whānau Tahi platform.

Whānau Tahi managing director Ray Noonan says the fact that the Whānau Tahi platform is behind four major category winners at this year’s Pharmacy Awards is timely recognition for an IT company that has always punched above its weight.

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