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Synergia at National Primary Healthcare Conference
Recreation on the urban fringe
Working with its partners, Synergia delivers innovative and future-focused research
Supporting Cardiac surgery prioritisation
Synergia develops tools and process to ensure those who have the greatest need receive services in a timely and effective manner
Synergia's Network Analytic
Unlocking the power of your networks
Bringing the flaxroots into regional planning
Synergia ensured that decision-makers were able to hear the voices that are often under-represented in policy debates, particularly Maori and high deprivation communities.
Transforming Primary Health Care Services
Synergia helped eleven Primary Health Organisations and three District Health Boards develop a successful collective proposal to transform primary health care services.
Dynamic Modelling to Improve Renal Services
The demand for renal services has been growing at a significant rate over the last decade and DHBs are faced with demands for increasing investment in facilities.
On 14th and 15th November, Synergia is a…
We are proud to host students from the U…
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We are working with a Medicare Local to…
Building strong clinical networks across professions and organisations is the key to quality integrated healthcare - yet it is stubbornly difficult.
Synergia has the skills and tools to help. Synergia's Synap tool maps and measures connections and information flows between clinicians. By making currently invisible networks visible, we can work in new ways to build better networks and care systems.
Synergia believes the future of sustainable healthcare systems lies with high performing primary health care.
The pathway forward is clear: improved care pathways; effective clinical networks; better service integration; improving skills, incentives and access to technology. The challenge is implementation.
Synergia can help. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to help Medicare Locals achieve real change that is supported by clinicians.