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What to Expect


Built on sector momentum and closely aligned with the Healthy ageing strategy the current Non-Acute Rehabilitation (NAR) service is moving to a casemix model, referred to as Non- Acute Rehabilitation Pathway (NARP) service.

The new model will empower the Te Whatu Ora Districts to provide continuity of care through inpatient to the community.

Benefits of the new service include reduced demand on hospital services and better client outcomes whilst the casemix funding model provides an opportunity to provide flexible and innovative care.

To support the management and ongoing refinement of the casemix model additional case-weight and outcomes data is required.