CCMAUCrown Company Monitoring Advisory Unit (New Zealand)
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CCMAU monitors the Government's investment in companies owned by the Crown by reporting on company business plans, performance against targets and sector trends.
While this process had already begun - the HFA began to move into a funding role, encouraging collaborative relationships with providers (CCMAU, 1999) - DHBs are allowed to do both as they see fit.
The health reforms, like many other recent public-sector reforms in New Zealand, emphasise the distinction between purchase and ownership interests: the Government contracts with RHAs to pursue its purchase interest in CHEs (and other providers), while it uses the Treasury and a new Crown Company Monitory and Advisory Unit (CCMAU) to monitor its ownership interests in CHEs.