ADHB

AcronymDefinition
ADHBAuckland District Health Board (New Zealand)
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The target population for this study were people with ESKD on dialysis under the care of the Department of Renal Medicine at ADHB.
The ADHB had limited capacity to address these identified health needs because there were no national policy frameworks, resources or funding available for refugee groups.
The health sector within ADHB has been surely strengthened by the addition of this amazing workforce and project.
It provides ADHB staff with instant access to documents that would previously have taken some time to obtain, particularly if all or part of the patient information was at another hospital," Murray says.
According to Noel Jones, managing director for TOWER Technology Australia, CRIS provides ADHB with the benefits of electronic patient records without the associated costs and change in management issues.
Physiotherapy Clinical Practicum Leader, ADHB and Super Vision Associates
David Benson from the British Charolais Cattle Society said: "The record average that we have seen was fuelled by a commercial demand from producers recognising the 10% premium that they can get for Charolais store cattle over all other continental stores as highlighted by ADHB data services.
It's a pity the ADHB doesn't appear to get it, especially given the vast numbers of administrators it employs.
I pointed out the ADHB values--"Welcome, Haere Mai--We see you and welcome you as a person", "Respect, Manaaki--We respect, nurture and care for each other", "Together, Tuhono--We are a high-performing team" and "Aim High, Angamua--We aspire to excellence and the safest care" were not being met and that the behaviour needed to be addressed.
Currently I'm employed as a scientist at LabPlus, ADHB in the specialist chemical pathology department.