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Health Targets

Health Targets are a set of national performance measures specifically designed to improve the performance of health services. They provide a focus for action.
Their impact can be measured to see how they are improving health for all New Zealanders.
Health Targets were introduced to the New Zealand health system in 2007/08. They are reviewed annually to ensure they align with government health priorities.

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Health Targets are a set of national performance measures specifically designed to improve the performance of health services. They provide a focus for action.
Their impact can be measured to see how they are improving health for all New Zealanders.
Health Targets were introduced to the New Zealand health system in 2007/08. They are reviewed annually to ensure they align with government health priorities.

Important note: This site is no longer being actively maintained and is presented here as an online archive. While it still contains a wealth of useful information, visitors who want to receive the latest health information should register to receive the fortnightly email Digest. This will link you directly to articles of interest in the key areas covered by this site. You can register for the Digest here.

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