DHB 2004 Scorecard
The aim of the scorecard is to promote equity and to increase the quality of child and youth health care across NZ. Although the Paediatric Society is encouraged that many District Health Boards have recognised the importance to Child and Youth health according to its third District Health Board scorecard, there are some really significant issues that are of concern across the country and many of these are outside of the control of DHBs.
We are very encouraged to see some District Health Boards are clearly grappling with the issues and have made significant advances since last year, Dr Baker said.
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- Disability and Autism
- Click to read PSNZ's Position Statement, dated April 2005, re Disability Issues
- Entire Presentation
- Medals Table
- Introduction and Scoring
- Child Protection Family Violence
- Effect of Standards
- Equity of Admissions
- Nursing and Community Paediatrics
- Organisation and Annual Plans
- Tertiary Services
- Scores Highlights and Conclusions
- Media Release, 22 October 2004
DHB 2003 Scorecard
The scorecard, which compares and contrasts DHB structure and function, assesses the upstream investment by District Health Boards in Child and Youth Health. The results, released 27/8/2003, show marked differences between Health Boards.