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Generously supported by ACC, the New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards | He Tohu Mauri Ora are attracting interest from a range of high-profile health sector groups that see value in promoting and celebrating excellence in primary care.
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Pharmacy Today Kaitiaki Rongoā O Te Wā is the leading pharmacy publication in New Zealand. Research shows that Pharmacy Today has virtually saturated market coverage, with 97% of pharmacists and pharmacy staff reading the publication each month. Published monthly, Pharmacy Today provides independent news, opinion and education aimed at pharmacy business owners and their staff.
Pharmacy Today's website is the place to go for daily news and opinion, as well as being the easiest place to undertake continued professional development for all pharmacy staff. Supporting the web platform are a lively Facebook page and weekly newsletter @PharmacyToday.
New Zealand Doctor Rata Aotearoa is a niche publication aimed primarily at GPs and general practice, providing up-to-date news in print and online. Their brief is broad – if it affects general practice, its business, staff, patients or ethos they're interested.
Published fortnightly, the newspaper is staffed by a team of experienced journalists, including reporters in Wellington and Dunedin, who are dedicated to providing comprehensive coverage of news and current affairs relevant to primary care.
Also drawing on a wide range of commentators we delve into the political and philosophical issues facing the health sector.
The Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand Inc provides support and services to community pharmacy owners. It is committed to ensuring members realise their professional and financial potential in today’s challenging business environment.
The guild provides leadership on all issues facing the community pharmacy sector, provides members with a range of business services and tools.
ACC's vision is to create a unique partnership with every New Zealander, improving their quality of life by minimising the incidence and impact of injury.
They touch the lives of a large number of New Zealanders. The health, rehabilitation and service providers who help people who are injured, the businesses, vehicle owners and workers who contribute to the Scheme, and any New Zealander or visitor to New Zealand who's injured in an accident.
Their role is to make sure that all these groups’ needs are met, and making sure their clients get the right care at the right time, while keeping levies fair and stable. The Accident Compensation Act 2001 sets out how they run.
"At BDO, we believe that our business is about helping people. We’re here to collaborate and build strong relationships, with our clients and across BDO. Our people are committed to helping you achieve your business and personal goals. In doing this, we’ve created a culture of responsiveness and respect that applies across all of our relationships."
"The College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ) is a professional organisation of New Zealand nurses from all regions and specialties. We aim for excellence in nursing practice and health care delivery by supporting nurses in their ongoing professional development."
The General Practice Owners Association of Aotearoa New Zealand acts on behalf of, and represents General Practice owners to ensure their population health services are appropriately supported and that their businesses are sustainable. Thus allowing them to focus their time on providing responsive, patient-centred and high quality health and wellbeing services in each and every local community across the country.
Habit Health supports people in New Zealand communities to optimise health wherever Kiwis live, work and play. Their multidisciplinary model includes rehabilitation, fitness, occupational health and vocational services, offering a wrap-around service for altogether better health.
Medispace is a company that is dedicated to improving Patient outcomes by creating Integrated Health Facilities in the heart of communities. To further the goal of improved patient access these facilities also include community and wellness aspects such as gyms, childcare, cafes, social and civic functions.
Medtech Global is a leading health information technology company. We provide advanced practice management software and state-of-the-art solutions that enable health professionals to provide improved care, and for patients to manage their health and well-being.
The Ministry works across the health sector to deliver better health outcomes for New Zealanders.
The Ministry of Health leads New Zealand’s health and disability system, and has overall responsibility for the management and development of that system.
supports the important role that primary healthcare plays in improving and maintaining the health of New Zealanders. We know that primary care is a vital part of being ‘with Kiwis’ during their healthcare journey.
Our range of products and services, combined with our not-for-profit focus, and more than 870,000 members, means Southern Cross plays a unique and important role in the New Zealand health sector.
"Spark Health’s mission is to ‘Bring the Future Faster to NZ Healthcare’. As New Zealand’s largest provider of Digital Health Services we help our health customers transform their services to improve health outcomes for all New Zealanders."