The Initial Commission has been tasked to develop an outcomes framework for the permanent Commission to consider adopting, including identifying any data gaps required to monitor performance under the framework.

The framework will be a wellbeing outcomes framework, with specific relevance to mental health and addiction. The framework is called the He Ara Oranga wellbeing outcomes framework, which reflects the pathway to wellness and our role in ensuring the legacy of He Ara Oranga continues.

The purpose of this outcomes framework is to support the mental health and wellbeing system to understand, measure and inform improved outcomes for Aotearoa, at both population (everyone in Aotearoa) and service levels (people and whānau who use mental health and addiction services).

We are seeking feedback on the draft outcomes framework, which sets out what wellbeing looks like for people and whānau in Aotearoa.

The areas we are seeking your views on include:

  • Six areas of wellbeing
  • Vision statement
  • Our principles

For more information about how you can have your say, visit the ‘have your say’ section on our website.

Consultation on the draft outcomes framework closed on 11 September 2020. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback.

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