Planning Documents

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Statutory Planning and Reporting

2018-2021 CM Health Emergency Plan
The Operational Policy Framework from the Ministry of Health (MoH) requires every DHB to have a Health Emergency Plan (HEP).  The HEP has been developed to provide a consistent approach to coordination, cooperation and communication across the health sector when responding to an incident.

2017/18 Northern Region Health Plan
This is our seventh regional plan. Over recent years we have seen demonstrable improvements in our health services. More patients are getting better access to care and care which is more consistent and better integrated across the region.

2016/17 Counties Manukau Quality Accounts. This report is one of the most important documents we publish each year, telling the story of how Counties Manukau Health safeguards and improves the quality of its services. It also highlights our commitment to evidence-based quality improvement, those improvements needed and how the public and local communities play a part in making health services better and more responsive.
2015/16 Counties Manukau Health Quality Accounts
2014/15 Counties Manukau Health Quality Accounts 
2013/14 Counties Manukau Health Quality Accounts 
2012/13 Counties Manukau Health Quality Account

System Level Measures 2017-18 Improvement Plan, Auckland, Waitemata & Counties Manukau Health Alliances.
The Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) and Auckland Waitemata Alliance Leadership Teams (the Alliances) have jointly developed System Level Measures Improvement Plan.

System Level Measures 2016-17 Improvement Plan, Auckland, Waitemata & Counties Manukau Health Alliances

Population Health Planning and Report

Position statement: Reducing harms from alcohol in our communities (2017)
Counties Manukau Health has published a position statement; Reducing harms from alcohol in our communities. A position statement is a brief, evidence-based, high level statement about a particular issue. Alcohol-related harm is recognised as an important and increasing health issue with widespread impacts across health, social, and economic sectors. Harms burden not only the individual consuming alcohol, but also their whaanau and the community. This statement provides a strong base for CM Health’s alcohol harm minimisation work by clearly stating the evidence-based policies and actions CM Health supports. It aligns with our obligation to improve, protect and promote the health and wellbeing of the population we serve.

CMDHB Alcohol and Other Drugs Services Plan (2009-2014)

2016 Building understanding: advance on being a health literate system.  Prepared by Dr Siniva Sinclair, Clinical Lead Health Literacy. (PDF, 1MB) 
This document provides a refreshed vision and framing of health literacy, pulling together the related strands of cultural competency and language access and linking these to the goal of health equity and CM Health's values.  It provides a basis for aligning a range of related activities, as well as extending new targeted interventions, across CM Health.  Drawing on work that has been carried out in the organisation over the past few years, it provides a platform for progressing selected elements.  An implementation plan outlining actions and responsibilities going forward is under development and will form a companion document to the current piece.