Te Pae Tata contains a broad range of actions, and we must build the confidence of the Government, providers, the workforce and New Zealanders that the reform is making affordable decisions and having the impact needed.
We will report against the achievement of the actions outlined in this plan and on our national and regional financial performance.
In these first two years, we begin with the existing performance measures, including those in the interim Government Policy Statement on Health.
From 1 January 2023, we will have new system performance improvement measures. These measures will start to demonstrate what New Zealanders can expect from our system.
How Te Pae Tata is funded
The affordability of these changes is underpinned by financial planning. Government is supporting this transition with a two-year funding pathway providing the necessary financial certainty for our first two years of operation.
All the actions in Te Pae Tata are:
- directly funded as an initiative in Budget 22; or
- funded by a previous budget decision where the revenue has transferred to Te Whatu Ora from the Ministry of Health; or
- funded by the consolidation of existing resources; or
- funded by the re-commissioning (redesign and re-contracting) of existing services.
We've produced tools to help you navigate through Te Pae Tata and find specific groups in the Plan.
Summary of priorities in Te Pae Tata
Disability in Te Pae Tata
Ethnic communities in Te Pae Tata
Healthy ageing in Te Pae Tata
Mental health & wellbeing in Te Pae Tata
Rainbow community in Te Pae Tata
Rural communities in Te Pae Tata