Primary health organisation

Primary health organisations (PHOs) in New Zealand are health care providers that are funded on a capitation basis by the New Zealand Government via district health boards.wikipedia
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District health board

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Primary health organisations (PHOs) in New Zealand are health care providers that are funded on a capitation basis by the New Zealand Government via district health boards.
DHBs provide funding to primary health organisations (PHOs).

General practitioner

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In the early 1990s, general practitioners (GPs) were joining together to form independent practitioner associations.
In New Zealand, most GPs work in clinics and health centres usually as part of a Primary Health Organisation (PHO).

Ministry of Health (New Zealand)

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PHOs may also receive funding through contracting with the Ministry of Health, district health boards or other organisations such as Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).
In 2003 the Ministry of Health began forming Primary Health Organisations in an effort to move health care services from fee-for-service arrangements to capitation funding for health professionals who are members of these organisations.

Primary care

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New Zealand

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Primary health organisations (PHOs) in New Zealand are health care providers that are funded on a capitation basis by the New Zealand Government via district health boards.

Health care

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Primary health organisations (PHOs) in New Zealand are health care providers that are funded on a capitation basis by the New Zealand Government via district health boards.

Capitation (healthcare)

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Primary health organisations (PHOs) in New Zealand are health care providers that are funded on a capitation basis by the New Zealand Government via district health boards.

Government of New Zealand

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Primary health organisations (PHOs) in New Zealand are health care providers that are funded on a capitation basis by the New Zealand Government via district health boards.

Independent practice association

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In the early 1990s, general practitioners (GPs) were joining together to form independent practitioner associations.

Fee-for-service

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Prior to the introduction of PHOs, general practitioners were paid using a fee-for-service model.

Accident Compensation Corporation

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PHOs may also receive funding through contracting with the Ministry of Health, district health boards or other organisations such as Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).

Health care in New Zealand

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The DHBs oversee the forty-six primary health organisations established throughout the country.

Ihakara Puketapu

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The Te Āti Awa Runanga run a primary health organisation in their Waiwhetū area and a radio station (Atiawa Toa FM).

Sam Lotu-Iiga

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Lotu-Iiga has coached the Auckland under-14 rugby team and once served as a board member of the Primary health organisations of New Zealand.