Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora
- The Ministry of Health is in charge of New Zealand’s health and disability system, and has overall responsibility for its management and development.
- Advises on improving health outcomes, reducing inequalities and increasing participation.
- Monitors the performance of District Health Boards and other health-sector Crown entities.
- Implements, administers and enforces relevant legislation and regulations, provides health information, plans and funds public health, disability support services and other nationally funded health services.
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