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KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week – NGO Stream


From Tuesday 22 March to Thursday 24 March 2022, the KPI Programme is delivering Super Benchmarking Week. Via Zoom, Super Benchmarking Week includes a series of dedicated events for people working in and with Adult, Child and Youth, Youth Forensic and NGO mental health services.

Over three days, sector leaders from across our health sector will share learnings and examples of how data, information and benchmarking is being used to inform and transform services and systems across Aotearoa.

Whether you’re seeking space to learn from others; or you have a desire to get into the detail of data differences to uncover new insights; Super Benchmarking Week has something for everyone.

How do I register for Super Benchmarking Week?


Like a conference, you can choose to attend some, or all, of the sessions delivered during Super Benchmarking Week.

To register for the NGO stream day, click on the ‘Register here’ link below.

Register here to attend NGO stream day


Once you are registered, you will have access to all sessions on that day. Depending on your availability and interests, you can come and go from the event using the same link.

Please note:
Registering for the NGO stream event will not register you for the Adult stream and Child and Youth stream events. If you would like to register for events on Wednesday 23 March and Thursday 24 March, click on the links below to be taken to the event details for each.

What’s happening on NGO stream day?

Final preparations for Super Benchmarking Week are underway. A full agenda will be loaded on this page in the coming week. Here are some sneak peaks into what you can expect to experience on NGO stream day.

  • Jo Witko, Advisor to the interim New Zealand Health Plan – Mental Health and Addiction will deliver a keynote address on how the Transition Unit has been using data and information to inform the future of our mental health and addiction system.
  • Lived experience leader, Jason Haitana will share what ‘continuity of care’ means for people who access mental health services in his keynote address. Jason will share a breadth of perspectives based on his learnings through a variety of roles as Consumer and Family Leader – Northland DHB, Co-Chair, National Association of Mental Health Consumer Advisors (NAMHSCA) and Board Member, Changing Minds.
  • Don’t miss the launch of the ‘Continuity of Care’ indicator. This is the first NGO indicator to be developed into live and interactive data dashboards. In this session, event attendees have the opportunity to learn how to use the new data visualisation tools and engage in benchmarking breakout sessions to discuss continuous improvement opportunities for NGOs and DHBs that enhance outcomes for people who receive care and support in multiple service settings.

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