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1 Partnership at Work Jane Cartwright Donna Ellen Canterbury Integrated Care Conference 2013

2 Primary Health Care Strategy People will be part of local primary health care services that improve their health, keep them well, are easy to get to and co-ordinate their ongoing care. Primary health care services will focus on better health for a population, and actively work to reduce health inequalities between different groups.

3 Life as a PHO Well communities; treating people & assisting them to manage their health

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5 Partnership Health Canterbury PHO Model 4. Operations: Partnering with existing organisations to deliver health activity 3. Board Level: Consensus agreement 2. Partnership Process 1. Community development model

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8 Partnership Health Canterbury Functions Funder role in partnership with other organisations Voice of the Communities Conduit of the PHO Agreements & Other Contracts Project Management for the CDHB Member CCN District Alliance Partner in FFP SLA & hold that Funding

9 Partnerships: keys to success for prevention/ population health Develop a position statement on the social determinants, and the primary health-primary care continuum Develop an equity framework around planning Develop cross-sector partnerships Evaluation

10 Communities Populations Inequalities People

11 Partnership Initiatives Services to Improve Access Right Service Right Time Partnership Community Workers

12 Right Service Right Time Working together to improve the lives of children, young people and families A social service sector that collaborates together, plans together and provides responsive services for families of Aotearoa, New Zealand

13 Organisational Chart RIGHT SERVICE RIGHT TIME SSPA Canterbury Fortnightly meetings Management Team Reference Group Donna Ellen (Funder)Shirley Wright Partners Trevor Batin (Chair) Susie Jones CDHBFACSJusticeNgai TahuPegasus Maggy Tai RakenaPenny Taylor CorrectionsMSDCourtsChair SF Hildegard Grant Robin Millar CYF CY&FamilyMoEPoliceSSPA Project Groups Right Service Right Time Coordinator Funding Response Panel Meet fortnightly or as required IT CDHB Mental Health Early Start START Te Puna Whaiora Communication Child Youth & Family Presbyterian Support Chch Methodist Mission Te Pua Waitangi Evaluation Barnardos Chch Womans Refuge

14 Service Partners Autism NZ Agape Trust Barnardos Battered Womens’ Trust Catholic Social Services Champion Centre Christchurch Methodist Mission Christchurch Resettlement Christchurch Womens’ Refuge Christchurch City Mission Cholmondeley Early Start Family Help Trust Glenelg He Waka Tapu Home and Family Hope Centre (Salvation Army) Kingdom Resources LifeLinks Open Home Foundation Male Survivors SA Trust Petersgate Counselling Pregnancy Help Pacific Trust Canterbury Pillars Presbyterian Support Plunket Rata Counselling Relationship services Salvation Army –Hope Centre START Inc Stopping Violence Services Supergrans Te Ora Hou Te Pua Waitanga The Monarch Centre Waipuna Youth & Community Trust YCD Youth & Cultural Development

15 Stocktake Waitlists  July 2009 – 532 cases  December 2009 – 439 cases  No noticeable duplication  July less than 1% were actual duplicates i.e. same person/family on different agencies waitlist for same service  December 2009 – no duplicates

16 IDENTIFIABLE POINT OF ENTRY

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20 RSRT Successes Shared purpose Collectively articulated goal/vision Enduring relationships with partners, over time Interdependent and participative decision making Solution focused.. Understanding of the end game (not a quick win) Vitally important ingredients post quake… collaboration and power sharing wins through

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22 Services to Improve Access to reduce inequalities among those populations that are known to have the worst health status: – Maori – Pacific people – Those living in NZDep index 9-10 decile areas

23 Partnership Community Workers “We provide a bridge between health, social and community organisations…” Partnership Health Annual Report 2010

24 The PCW Role Enrol Assist with transport and/or attend the appointment Advocate for funded support Get the person to a general practice Support to overcome the barriers short-term Support to find solutions to overcome the barriers in a sustainable way for the long-term Identify the barriers Identify other factors that impact on broader health and wellbeing needs Support to enable long term health and wellbeing Assess the person’s circumstances

25 CentralNorthEast WestSouth Rural Te Whare Roimata Pacific Trust Canterbury Anglican Care Family & Community Division Presbyterian Support Hornby Heartlands Aratupu Preschool Methodist Mission Presbyterian Support Te Ora Hou Waltham Cottage Manuka Cottage Refugee Services Christchurch Resettlement Service Lincoln & District Community Care Aranui High School Phillipstown Community Centre Linwood Ave Community Corner Trust ACTIS (Aranui Community Trust Incorporated Society) Linwood College

26 Partnership Successes Trust in communities..we are in this together High Trust contracting – “stewardship” “Power – With” Relationship Balance between trust and accountability High levels of support/training/resources to create a common purpose and ‘We thinking”


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