Planning and performance data

Prior to the system change the measures data linked to on this page was provided to DHBs for the purpose of performance monitoring and planning. This includes data for reporting on the DHB performance monitoring measures and system level measures.

The individual data pages linked to at the bottom of the page include measure data definitions and historical data.
Refer to the release calendar below for the measure data that is being updated regularly on the Ministry of Health webpages.

Responsibility for the following measures has transferred to Te Whatu Ora. Links to Te Whatu Ora website will be added here when the latest data becomes available. Results for quarters up to June 2023 are available on the pages linked at the bottom of the page. For questions about these measures please contact Te Whatu Ora: [email protected]

  • Acute Hospital Bed Days
  • Babies Living in Smokefree Homes
  • Alcohol-Related ED Presentations for 10-24 year olds 
  • Inpatient Average Length of Stay

Current and historic Well Child / Tamariki Ora Quality Improvement Framework (QIF) reports are available:

Release calendar for measure data

The table below contains a selected list of measures, and indicative dates at which the reports will be released on the Ministry of Health website.

If you have any questions relating to these measures, please email [email protected]  

Measure Report Periods Ending June and September 2023 Report Period Ending December 2023 Report Period Ending March 2024
Acute Readmissions In progress Published In progress
Ambulatory Sensitive Hospitalisation (ASH) rate for 0–4 year olds Published Published Published
Self Harm Hospitalisations (Youth) Published Published Published

Previous DHB performance measures

Data definitions and measure descriptions for the DHB non-financial monitoring framework and performance measures in 2021/22 ,the last year prior to the system transformation, can be found here: DHB performance measures for 2021/22 (Word, 595 KB)

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