Te Wana is a continuous quality improvement programme offered to organisations through Health Care Aotearoa. Te Wana consists of a set of quality standards and processes that can lead to a service being accredited with the Quality Improvement Council (Australia QIC)
The review/accreditation cycle is a four stage continuous quality improvement process. The four stages are:
- Education and Internal Assessment
- Onsite review
- Development review
- Accreditation review
The whole process takes 3 years with ongoing 3 yearly reviews and accreditation. Kokiri Hauora, Naku Enei Tamariki (Māori section) and Tu Kotahi Māori Asthma Society have all achieved accreditation.