HealthShare’s regional planning function provides expertise to undertake service planning and reporting of regional activity.
The Regional Equity Plan (REP) aims to bring a regional perspective to planning and service delivery to achieve equity health outcomes for Māori, and to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for people living in Te Manawa Taki region.
The REP is produced annually with key stakeholder groups including Te Manawa Taki DHB's General Managers Planning and Funding, Chief Operating Officers, and General Managers Māori Health, clinicians, regional clinical networks and enabler groups, community, primary, and secondary service providers, and DHB staff.
The Plan is signed off by Te Manawa Taki Governance Group, which consists of the regional DHB Board Chairs and the Chairs of the regional Iwi Governance Groups. Reporting is monitored by the Ministry of Health and Te Manawa Taki Governance.
HealthShare Analytics focuses on regional reporting for Te Manawa Taki, encompassing trends, targets and equity gap reporting.
HealthShare's Audit and Assurance and Internal Audit services provide independent insight for DHBs and health services. These services work in a co-designed and culturally appropriate manner with clients to focus on systems, controls, processes and an organisation's performance to achieve equity of health for Māori.