Improving health outcomes for all tamariki
Orion Health’s National Child Health Information Platform (NCHIP) is a digital health solution that collates siloed health information into a single integrated dataset.
In New Zealand, tamariki from birth to six years old are entitled to universal health checks that monitor 30 key milestones, including a metabolic screening, well child tamariki ora checks, immunisations, oral health checks, vision and hearing, early childhood education enrolment and a B4 school check. The milestones are measured and tracked by many different organisations that often cannot easily capture and share information.
Our cloud-first NCHIP platform enables the automatic enrollment of all children into the platform via a Maternity File or National Health Index (NHI) feed, which creates a single longitudinal record that follows each child regardless of their location. This makes it easier to identify and follow up tamariki without a general practitioner or Well Child Tamariki Ora provider, and those tamariki missing milestone checks.
NCHIP helps mitigate data gaps and allows providers to get a clear view of a child’s entire history at one glance. Not only does NCHIP aid in early interventions, but it supports equitable health outcomes by ensuring every child has the opportunity to receive universal health services, and that the most vulnerable children are prioritised.
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