Whānau Ora Integrated Services Delivery is a case study research that is focused on defining and describing the term ‘whānau ora integrated services delivery’ by drawing on specific examples and models of practice. This project has taken a case study approach to illustrate the key features of whānau ora integrated service delivery.
This project has taken a case study approach to illustrate the key features of whānau ora integrated service delivery. In addition to reviewing key information sources, it involved interviews with six Māori health providers. Transcripts were then drawn on to inform case study notes for each provider. Key themes have been identified and incorporated as part of the analysis for this report.
Two Māori health providers were identified to assist with designing an evaluation framework. Drawing on relevant information sources and evidence, Katoa Ltd constructed a tentative evaluation model for discussion with the two selected Māori health providers. Their views and perspectives contributed to the final design of a proposed evaluation model.
Throughout this study, MKTA has drawn on the advice of a Reference Group comprising officials from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Social Development.