Joint venture started for Māori telehealth
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When Heathline was overwhelmed with Covid calls last year, leaving people waiting hours on hold, Māori health workers picked up the phones to save lives. Today three iwi organisations from Te Ika-a-Māui signed an agreement with New Zealand Telehealth Services, to make sure calls are answered. Sam Olley was at the ceremony.
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