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Health Resources

Aotearoa Disability Figures

Aotearoa Disability Figures brings together data, research and reports for disabled people in Aotearoa. Find data on disabled people's wellbeing, employment, housing, education, health, and more.

Health Quality & Safety Commission NZ

Health system quality dashboard includes data on quality priorities, Maori Health Equity Report, Safety, Effectiveness and Patient Centred outcomes.

Official COVID-19 Data (Ministry of Health)

Data and statistics related to COVID-19 in New Zealand including cases and testing rates.

Mental Health & Addictions Service Use Web Tool

Presents data relating to specialist inpatient and community mental health and addiction services provided in Aotearoa New Zealand, some DHB level data.

Mental Health DataSets

Information about the performance of mental health and addiction services, including how many people are accessing services, able to be searched by DHB. This data provides baseline data from DHB’s.

Disability Data & Evidence Resources

The extensive resources have been put together by the Disability Data and Evidence Working Group and are hosted by the Office for Disability Issues Te Tari Mō Ngā TakeHauātanga.

New Zealand Health Survey Annual Data Explorer

The Data Explorer is an interactive tool for exploring NZ Health Survey Data, presenting the latest results (data collected from July 2021 to July 2022) by gender, age, ethnic group, disability status and neighbourhood deprivation, as well as changes over time.

 Maternity Web Tool

This web tool from Te Whatu Ora presents maternity data from the National Maternity Collection and is the latest release in the Maternity and newborn data series. It provides annual health statistics about women giving birth, their pregnancy and childbirth experience and the characteristics of live-born babies in New Zealand between 2012 and 2021.

Older People's Data Explorer

The Older People's data explorer has been developed to understand the size, scale and characteristics of older people experiencing vulnerability in health, housing, finance, social connection, and access.