Our Clinical Advisory Group

The Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) provides advice to Alliance Health Plus on clinical issues, with the aim of assisting the organisation and its contracted providers to improve the health of its enrolled population with a focus on equity for Pacific and ‘high needs’ communities.

 

The CAG principles will be underpinned by the NZ Triple Aim Framework, as described by the Health Quality and Safety Commission - improving the quality, safety and experience of care; improving health and equity for all populations and ensuring best value from the public health system resources.

The CAG:  

  • Recognises the Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations of the Crown and will also be guided by the He Korowai Oranga Framework, the findings of the Waitangi Tribunal in regards to the Wai 2575 claim and any developments of the Maori Health Strategy.

  • Utilises the Ala Moui Framework, Pacific Health Action Plan and any developments of the Pacific Health Strategy.

  • Be guided by the New Zealand Health Strategy (2016), the strategy’s guiding principles - people powered, closer to home, value and high performance, one team, smart system.

  • Be guided by the MOH dimensions of quality – people-centred, access and equity, safety, effectiveness, efficiency.

Current members of the Clinical Advisory Group are:

  • Dr Hinamaha Lutui, Chair -Clinical Director AH+ PHO & GP Southpoint Family Doctors

  • Dr Andrew Chan Mow - South Seas Healthcare

  • RN Devika Dayal - Greenstone Family Clinic

  • Dr Donna Lahood - Estree Ave Family Doctors

  • Rosalie Glynn - Rosehill Christian Medical Centre

  • Adam Healey - Avondale Family Health Centre

  • RN Sarah Hewitt - Waiuku Health Centre

  • RN Sushma Sharma - Bishop Medical Centre

  • Dr Nua Tupa'i - Bader Drive Doctors

  • RN Mele Vaka - Tongan Health Society

  • RN Wendy Qui - Hong Kong Surgery