Brian Dodds and Jim Johnstone have had extensive direct involvement with a number of health service providers in rural communities.
Their expertise and breadth of knowledge has enabled community groups to operate with confidence. Advice and support has been provided in all areas of the business and a close working relationship continues with:
- Clutha Health First
- Clutha Health Incoroporated
- Tuapeka Community Health Co. Limited
- Roxbugh Medical Services Trust
- West Otago Health Limited
- Wyndham & Districts Rest Home Incorporated
- Taieri PHO Evaluation Group
Brian has chaired, since its inception, the board of Clutha Health First and Jim is a past member of the Otago Southern Region PHO.
We are well placed to help with a wide range of health projects and have considerable experience in:
- business plans for health entities
- feasibility studies
- consent plans & site acquisitions
- health funding contract negotiations
- funding applications
- project management & transitional issues
- community health entity structure alternatives
We can ensure you comply with the legislation and regulatory requirements of the Ministry of Health. Year-end external reporting services provide you with reports that satisfy the ministry and include liasing with the auditors on your behalf.
We are experienced in providing computer solutions, including using technology to streamline administration processes, developing internal systems to enable regular reporting of financial management information, and assisting with determining and reporting key performance indicators.
We are able to generate regular management reports that provide you with up to date financial management information. Our systems provide regular reports tailored to your organisation that enable you to manage your entity and resources effectively, and plan and monitor financial results.
We can assist with:
- job descriptions and employment agreements
- staff recruitment and selection
- wage reviews
- performance management
- payroll administration
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