You may browse and access information contained within this website without providing personal information.
We collect statistical information about your visit to our website to help us improve it.
This information does not identify individuals.
We use Google Universal Analytics to collect and analyse details about the use of our website.
The information Google Analytics collects includes:
No effort is made to identify individual visitors.
You may opt-out from having Google Analytics collect your information by disabling cookies in your browser, or by installing the Google Analytics Opt-out browser add-on(external link).
The statistical information referred to above will be viewable by website administrators and certain other agency staff. It may also be shared with other Government agencies.
We will manage your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 2020, Health Information Privacy Code 2020 and other relevant legislation. The Privacy Act 2020 regulates us through the Information Privacy Principles as to how we collect, use, hold, disclose, access, correct, manage and dispose of your personal information. For more information visit the Office of the Privacy Commissioner website(external link).
Where you voluntarily provide personal information (eg, through online forms or email requests), we will only use your personal information for the purposes for which you gave it to us. When providing us with information, please carefully read any privacy statement provided at that point.
This information will be held by Te Aka Whai Ora - Māori Health Authority.
We will only disclose information to third parties where this is directly related to the purposes for which it was collected. Your information may be shared with, and held by, third-party contractors so that those contractors can provide you with the services you have requested.
We will not disclose your personal information to other government agencies or other organisations without your consent, unless required or allowed by law. For example, where we believe the disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious threat to someone’s safety.
Protecting your personal information and data is important to us. We take reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information we hold is protected against loss, unauthorised access and disclosure or other misuse.
Accessing or correcting your information
You have the right to access any information that we hold about you, and to correct it if it’s wrong.
To access any personal information held by us, or if you have any concerns about personal information that we hold and wish to request its correction, please contact us.
When making a request to access or change your information, please include:
Please note that before we can provide you with your information or make any changes we need to be satisfied about your identity. To do so, we may need to ask you further questions or to view identification.
Requesting information on behalf of someone else
If you are requesting information on behalf of someone else, you will need to provide their authorisation or other documentation to support that you have the right to do so.
Correcting your information
We will work with you to make any necessary corrections.
Where we are unable to change the information or do not agree that it needs to be changed, you can provide us with a statement of correction. This is a statement outlining what information you believe is wrong and explaining what it should be. We will attach this to the relevant document so that it is read alongside the disputed information.
If you have any queries or concerns about how your personal information has been managed, please contact us to see if we can resolve the problem.
If you’re not satisfied with our response to your concerns, you can contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner. For more information visit the Office of the Privacy Commissioner website(external link).
When you subscribe to our newsletters, we will only use your personal information for managing your subscription and assessing newsletter effectiveness. You can unsubscribe from any newsletter at any time.
Some of our newsletters are managed using a third-party tool called Mailchimp.
Mailchimp provides analytics to Te Aka Whai Ora on how people interact with our newsletters (eg, how many subscribers have opened emails or clicked on links). This means that Te Aka Whai Ora and Mailchimp will be able to see your name, email and details about which links in our newsletters you have clicked on.
We only use this information to assess newsletter effectiveness.