Last updated 06/03/2014

The Health Quality & Safety Commission was established under the New Zealand Public Health & Disability Amendment Act 2010  to ensure all New Zealanders receive the best health and disability care within our available resources.

The Commission is also working towards the New Zealand Triple Aim for quality and safety outcomes which will mean:

  • improved quality, safety and experience of care
    Triple aim diagram

    The Health Quality & Safety Commission works towards the New Zealand Triple Aim for quality improvement.

  • improved health and equity for all populations
  • better value for public health system resources.

The success of our programmes will be measured over time and our achievements used to motivate further improvements.

Working together we can build a world-class, innovative, patient and family/whānau centred health and disability support system.

For further information about the Commission please see the following:

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