There are 10 core working groups - with an additional workstream* in partnership with NZHIT - which consist of a group of professionals with health sector backgrounds who voluntarily dedicate their time and skills to the NZ Telehealth Forum. Members have specialised knowledge, skills and sector experience.
We value working closely with our strategic partners, supporting each other to achieve impactful change. The development of these enduring relationships allow us to achieve far more together than we would have achieved alone.
Each of the working groups are committed and focused on specific strategic projects and work collaboratively to provide constructive input, have an open exchange of ideas and views, achieve common goals and deliverables, and advise on project support. The working groups connect regularly to discuss responsibilities, tasks, and activities, as well as support each other throughout the project development.
The actions and outcomes of each working group facilitates progress towards telehealth innovation and potential for national impact, which embraces and celebrates telehealth as an efficient, safe, and effective means of delivering quality healthcare.
- Digital Enablers
- Digital Health Equity Reference Group
- Data Standards
- Mental Health and Addictions
- Research, Audit and Evaluation
- Emerging Personalised Healthcare Industry Group (EPHIG)
- Telehealth Professionals and Clinicians Community of Practice
- Cancer (in partnership with Te Aho o te Kahu, Cancer Control Agency)
Work Plan 2019/2020
The Work Plan 2019/2020 is currently undergoing a strategic review.