Featured, Patient Safety Week
Over 22,000 New Zealanders aged 65 and over are taking a potentially dangerous combination of medicines that could seriously damage their kidneys
15 Nov 2017, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement
Rees Tapsell (Chair of the leadership group for the mental health and addiction quality improvement programme) shares some of the highlights from his trip and the learnings for those working in this sector in New Zealand.
8 Nov 2017
The latest issue of the Health Quality & Safety Commission's e-digest for the period of 18 October – 8 November 2017 is now available online.
7 Nov 2017, Adverse Events
The conference, in Wellington, is a ‘must attend’ for everyone who delivers health and disability care and champions the rights of consumers to get the best possible care, every time.
7 Nov 2017
The Health Quality & Safety Commission will continue to coordinate the Advance Care Planning programme until the end of 2019, in partnership with 18 DHBs.
Rasik is the main carer for his sister. He shares the story of supporting her through hospital admissions over the years.
See a list of all patient stories about people's experiences with New Zealand health care providers.