’Ala Mo’ui Progress Report June 2015

Published online: 
02 September 2015
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Summary

ʼAla Mo’ui: Pathways to Pacific Health and Wellbeing 2014–18 ( ̛Ala Mo’ui ) is a four-year plan that provides an outcomes framework to facilitate the delivery of high-quality health services that meet the needs of Pacific people.  ̛ʼAla Mo’ui sets out the priority outcomes and actions for the next four years that will contribute to achieving the Government’s long-term outcomes for health. That is, all New Zealanders, including Pacific people, will lead healthier and more independent lives; high-quality health services will be delivered in a timely and accessible manner; and the future sustainability of the health and disability sector will be assured.

This is the first published six-monthly progress report on the implementation of the ̛Ala Mo’ui. It covers the period from December 2014 to June 2015. It presents results to June 2015 for the 21 quantitative indicator measures monitored in ̛Ala Mo’ui. The indicator results are presented at a national level (total New Zealand population and total Pacific population) and at a district health board level (by the eight Pacific priority DHBs).

This report shows areas where the health sector is performing well for Pacific peoples and where further improvement is needed. The ̛Ala Mo’ui supports the Ministry of Health, district health boards and the wider health sector to identify and prioritise areas for national and local improvement in the provision of health services to Pacific peoples in New Zealand.

Update: ’Ala Mo’ui Progress Report: December 2015 the second published six-monthly progress report on the implementation of the ̛Ala Mo’ui, covering the period from July 2015 to December 2015, is now available.

Publishing information

  • Date of publication:
    02 September 2015
  • ISBN:
    978-0-478-44875-7 (online)
  • HP number:
    6251
  • Citation:
    Ministry of Health. 2015. ’Ala Mo’ui Progress Report June 2015. Wellington: Ministry of Health.
  • Ordering information:
    Only soft copy available to download
  • Copyright status:
    Owned by the Ministry of Health and licensed for reuse under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.
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