Primary care health targets – 2015/16 quarter four – results summary

Summary of primary health organisation performance against the health targets for the fourth quarter of 2015/16.

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Increased immunisation

The target: The national immunisation target is 95 percent of eight-month-olds will have their primary course of immunisation at six weeks, three months and five months on time. This quarterly progress includes children who turned eight months between April and June 2016, are enrolled in a PHO and who were fully immunised at that stage. Find out more about this target.

Results summary: The national eight-month immunisation coverage for this quarter is 94 percent, a 0.4 percent decrease from last quarter. Sixteen PHOs met or exceeded the 95 percent target this quarter.

Results by PHO (How to read the graphs)

The PHOs that met or exceeded the target are Ora Toa PHO Limited, christchurch PHO Limited,

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Better help for smokers to quit

The target: The national target is that 90 percent of PHO enrolled patients who smoke have been offered help to quit smoking by a health practitioner in the last 15 months. Find out more about this target.

Results summary: The overall performance of the Better Help for Smokers to Quit target this quarter is 88 percent, a 2.1 percent increase from last quarter.  Eleven PHOs have met or exceeded the 90 percent target and nine PHOs have improved their performance by more than five percent this quarter.

Results by PHO (How to read the graphs)

The PHOs that met or exceeded the target are Nelson Bays Primary Health,Total Healthcare Charitable Trust, Midlands Health Network – Tairawhiti, Procare Networks limited, Manaia Health PHO Limited, Alliance Health Plus Trust, Auckland PHO Limited, National Hauora Coalition, Pegasus Health (Charitable) Limited, Ngati Porou Hauora Charatable Trust, Midlands Health Network - Lakes

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More heart and diabetes checks

The target: This target is 90 percent of the eligible population will have had their cardiovascular risk assessed in the last five years. Find out more about this target.

Results summary: The national result for the More Heart and Diabetes Checks target this quarter is 91 percent, an increase of 0.3 percent from the previous quarter. Twenty-seven PHOs have met or exceeded the 90 percent target.

Results by PHO (How to read the graphs)

The PHOs that met or exceeded the target are Kimi Hauora Wairau (Marlborough PHO Trust), Ngati Porou Hauora Charitable Trust, Manaia Health PHO Limited, Procare Networks Limited, Auckland PHO Limited, Midlands Health Network – Waikato, Well Health Trust, Midlands Health Network – Lakes, Whanganui Regional PHO, Alliance Health Plus Trust, Midlands Health Network – Taranaki, Rural Canterbury PHO, Midlands Health Network – Tairawhiti, East Health Trust, Hauraki PHO, National Hauora Coalition, Compass Health – Wairarapa, West Coast PHO, Compass Health – Capital and Coast, Total Healthcare Charitable Trust, Central Primary Health Organisation, Health Hawke’s Bay Limited, Cosine Primary Care Network Trust, Te Tai Tokerau PHO Ltd, Waitemata PHO Limited, Western Bay of Plenty PHO Limited, South Canterbury Primary & Community, Eastern Bay Primary Health Alliance, Nelson Bays Primary Health

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