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Source: New Zealand Ministry of Health

As part of the wider national asset management programme we have developed a DHB Sector Asset Management Framework which provides guidance for DHBs to develop and align their own asset management documents. The table below explains each framework document and its purpose.

Document

Purpose

DHB Sector Asset Management Framework: Overview To identify the documents and plans that inform the asset management activities for the Ministry and DHBs, and to provide a clear line-of-sight between operational asset use and the strategic objectives and risks of the organisation.
DHB Sector Asset Management Framework: Policy Outlines the principles, roles and responsibilities for health sector asset management planning.
DHB Sector Asset Management Framework: Strategy Documents the approach to asset management planning and processes and specifies the asset management improvement actions.

The framework will directly contribute to the benefits and implications of good asset management practice within DHBs.

For more information on the wider NAMP work and the current state assessment, please see The National Asset Management Programme for district health boards: Report 1: The current-state assessment.

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