- Primary health care
- Primary health organisations
- Subsidies and services
- Capitation funding
- Capitation rates
- Care Plus
- Community Services Card and High Use Health Card
- General Medical Services
- Health promotion
- Newborn enrolment
- PHO performance
- Pharmaceutical co-payments
- Primary Mental Health
- Rural primary health care
- Services to improve access
- Very Low Cost Access
- Zero Fees for Under 6s
- Research and evaluation
- Funding and contracting
Health promotion for primary health care
Health promotion is an important aspect of primary health care and contributes to a population-based health approach.
PHOs are required to work with whānau, hapū, iwi, consumers, and other groups within its community, relevant public health service providers and regional public health units to plan and deliver health promotion programmes. Programmes must be consistent with population health objectives and public health programmes at national, regional and local levels.
Health promotion funding is calculated based on $2.18 per enrolee (as at 2014) with different multipliers for differing groups of need. The multipliers applied are shown in the table below.
|Non Māori or Non Pacific People||Deciles 1–8||1.0|
|Non Māori or Non Pacific People||Deciles 9–10||1.2|
|Māori or Pacific People||Deciles 1–8||1.2|
|Māori or Pacific People||Deciles 9–10||1.4|
Note: This capitation funding is not available to those PHOs that have not signed up to the health promotion initiative or applicable to enrolees who have a High Use Health Card.
References for developing health promotion plans
The following documents are to be used as references for PHOs and DHBs when developing and considering health promotion plans.