Lack of data hampers health alliance

The Rural Health Alliance says a lack of data is hampering its efforts to push for improved health services in rural communities and tackle high suicide and depression rates. The alliance is made up of 22 health related and rural interest organisations.
Chief executive Michelle Thompson told the Future Farms conference in Wellington this morning it has become apparent in the past few months that it can’t get the good quality data it needs to build a case to take to the Government.

Midday Rural News for 21 October 2014 ( 8′ 41″ ) (from 2min 35 sec mark).

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