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We refer to your email dated 26 November 2018 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding hospital admissions related to adverse drug reactions for each of the 2015/16, 2016/17, and 2017/18 Financial Years.
RE Official information request WCDHB 9216
Can you please provide information on Schedule H budget spent on pharmaceuticals as a dollar ($) value for each of the 2015/16 and 2017/18 financial years and specify if each value provided is a net or a gross value i.e. excluding or including rebates.
All serious adverse events are reviewed through a formal process in order to analyse our existing health practices and systems. The purpose of reviewing these is to provide sufficient feedback to patients and families so they are aware of any contributing factors and causes of the event and how the DHB intends to make our systems safer.
Lower cost general practice visits, for children aged 13 years and under.
We are changing things to make visits to this general practice more affordable for your family and whānau.
All children aged 13 years and under enrolled with us won’t be charged a fee for a standard visit with a doctor or nurse.
The West Coast District Health Board is pleased to present the Maternity Quality and Safety Programme Annual Report for 2017/18.
The West Coast has had a busy year again this year building on the work of the past years. The report last year has been shared widely and has prompted more discussion about how we can continue to improve the maternity system for our mothers and their babies. These discussions have sat alongside the wider discussions within our DHB about the challenges of a rural / remote rural DHB the length of the South Island and how we provide health services equitably. In this case we have been discussing how we provide maternity services and how we have to develop this work capacity among other colleagues particularly in our remotest parts of the DHB such as Haast as an example.
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