MoH–NGO Forum, October 2016, Wellington
More than 260 people from 175 organisations attended the 'Ministry of Health NGO Health & Disability Sector National Forum' in Wellington on Wednesday 12 October 2016.
The programme explored themes in the new NZ Health Strategy and how non-government organisations (NGOs) can respond to these and partner with others in the sector to maximise positive outcomes for mutual clients.
These 5 key themes are:
- One team
- Closer to home
- Smart system
- People powered
- Value and high performance
Forum speakers included:
- Hon. Dame Tariana Turia, former Minister for Whanau Ora, Disability Issues and the Community & Voluntary Sector
- Keriana Brooking, Chief Advisor Service Improvement & Change, Ministry of Health (pptx, 654 KB)
- Carolyn Gullery, General Manager of Planning, Funding, & Decision Support at Canterbury & West Coast DHBs
- Edward Montague, Lead – Investments, The Social Investment Unit (pdf, 1.2 MB)
- Marama Parore, Pou Ahorangi – CEO, Te Rau Matatini
- Deborah Balmer, University of Auckland on health literacy (pptx, 3 MB)
- Derek Sherwood, Chair of the Council of Medical Colleges NZ talking about Choosing Wisely (pptx, 691 KB)
- Marion Blake, CEO Platform discussing Equally Well (pptx, 4.46 MB)
- Kate Frykberg, Philanthropy & Community Advisor (pptx, 2 MB)
During the day, Forum MC, Gareth Parry (PwC) led delegates in a discussion to identify "how might we collaborate to maximise outcomes for our clients?"
Attendees included non-profit health or disability providers, PHOs, DHB staff and Ministry of Health staff.
Programme for the day:
Videos of some of the presenters are available on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/HealthDisabilityNGOs/videos?view=0&shelf_id=0&sort=dd
Page last updated: 16 January 2017