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Digital Health Association welcomes further investment in digital health - DHA

The Digital Health Association welcomes the continuing focus on investment in health system data and digital infrastructure and capacity set out in today’s budget.

ACEM welcomes 11.1B for health in NZ budget - ACEM

The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM; the College) strongly welcomes the focus on health in the 2022 Aotearoa New Zealand (NZ) budget and believes that elements of the $11.1 billion investment could help reduce pressure on struggling hospital systems, and contribute towards the p

ProCare welcomes the budget announcement for healthcare reforms - ProCare

Leading healthcare provider ProCare has today welcomed the announcement of $5.854m in the next financial year for the establishment of Comprehensive Primary Care Teams.

ProCare welcomes big boost in PHARMAC budget - ProCare Health

Leading healthcare provider ProCare has today welcomed the big boost to PHARMAC funding, being the biggest in history, however questions whether it is enough, given inflation is sitting at 6.9%.

Budget completely overlooks health front line - NZ Nurses Organisation

The New Zealand Nurses Organisation Tōpūtanga Tapuhi Kaitiaki o Aotearoa (NZNO) is profoundly disappointed with the Budget announced this afternoon in which nurses barely get a mention.

ProCare Fresh Minds supportive of additional budget announced support

Tāmaki Makaurau’s primary mental health and wellbeing service, ProCare Fresh Minds, is supportive of the additional budget earmarked in today’s budget announcement for Mental Health and Addiction support.

ProCare welcomes funding for warm, dry homes to reduce respiratory issues

Leading healthcare provider ProCare has today welcomed funding in today’s Budget to ensure Kiwis can live in warmer, dryer homes. This is one of the biggest determinants of health and is one of the key measures we can take to prevent hospitilisations - particularly for our tamariki.

Muslim community leader describes 'gold standard' Covid-19 healthcare

Hamilton-based Muslim community leader Anjum Rahman has described the health and welfare support she received after logging her positive COVID-19 test on My COVID Record.

ProCare welcomes the reduction in age of bowel screening for Maori and Pacific

ProCare welcomes the reduction in age of bowel screening for Māori and Pacific patients; long overdue

Telephone campaign to support MMR immunisation catch-up for 3-5 year olds

Waikato DHB has started a measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination telephone campaign for parents of 3-5 year olds who are now overdue for their second MMR vaccination, identifying these children through the National Immunisation Register.