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Our Sponsors



T: +64 9 5884278  
C: Vanita Hira



Alliance Health Plus

Satchel Sponsor

Alliance Health Plus (AH+) is a mid-sized PHO and community care organisation striving to transform the health and well-being of the broad populations we cover. In providing accessible, culturally responsive and high quality services and care, the AH+ team live by our vision; Strong Families, Strong Communities, Living Longer.


T: 0800 997 099
C: Gary Bishop



Doctor Financials Ltd

Espresso Coffee Cart Sponsor

Doctor Financials do Accounting for Doctors nation wide including financials, taxation, practice strategies, personal planning and structuring.

Being specialists in medical we give better answers more efficiently - accountants who are accurate, fast and simple!

Drop us a line for a complimentary appointment, your place or ours.


T: +64 4 917 0060
C: Michelle Mako



Health Promotion Agency

Keynote Speaker Sponsor

Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and improve, their health.

HPA is an evidence-based health promotion organisation, influencing all sectors that contribute to good health and wellbeing. Our work is divided into three main areas:

* promoting health and wellbeing

* enabling health promoting initiatives and environments

* informing health promoting policy and practice


T: +64 4 901 6057
C: Diane de Rochester



Health Quality & Safety Commission

Associate Sponsor

The Health Quality & Safety Commission works with clinicians, providers and consumers to improve health and disability services and reduce patient harm.

Our programme areas include consumer engagement, building leadership and capability, primary care, patient deterioration, medication safety, infection prevention and control, safe surgery, adverse events, reducing harm from falls and pressure injuries, health quality evaluation and mortality review.

The Commission has also coordinated the Open for better care national patient safety campaign focused on reducing harm and encouraging health care workers to be 'open' to acknowledging mistakes and learning from them, open to working closely with patients and consumers and their families/ whanau, and open to change, improvement and innovation.


T: +64 9 358 1123
C: Mark Robinson




Platinum Sponsor

Medtech has been at the heard of NZ General Practice for over 30 years providing the Practice Management System that helps runs hundreds of practices up and down the length of New Zealand. Whilst Medtech 32 remains the cornerstone, Medtech Evolution is growing rapidly, delivering advances in technology and user interface. Medtech offer a range of practice utilities including SMS Unlimited, Kiosks, Medtech Cloud and CBIT. Browser based versions of its practice management software, telemedicine and customer portal are driving product development for release in 2017.
With a dedicated NZ based on site customer service centre and training facility Medtech provides unparalleled support to its products and practices. Patient outcomes drive innovation at Medtech and its patient portal Manage My Health offer the most comprehensive patient portal available integrating with both clinical and non-clinical applications to support the patient journey and health outcomes. 

P: 0800 123 642

nib Health 

Keynote Speaker Sponsor

nib covers over 1 million Kiwis and Aussies with health insurance you can actually use. At nib we believe that health insurance should be easy to understand, easy to claim on and most of all good value - it's health insurance, how it should be.


T: +64 4 460 4990
C: Ange Senior



Pharmac (Pharmaceutical Management Agency)

Registration Sponsor

PHARMAC is the New Zealand Government agency that decides which medicines, medical devices and related products are subsidised, both in the community and public hospitals. The funding for the subsidies comes from District Health Boards. PHARMAC's job is to ensure that New Zealanders get the best possible health outcomes from money the Government spends on pharmaceuticals, so out health system will continue to be affordable into the future.

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