The Auckland District Health Board’s (ADHB) function is to decide on the mix, level and quality of health and disability services to be publicly funded in the central Auckland and Hauraki Gulf Island region. ADHB is funded on a population-based funding formula, with adjustments made for age, ethnicity and also for the amount of specialist work provided to people outside the catchment area. ADHB has a total revenue of approximately $1.3 billion per year and funding of $754 million for the ADHB population.
Hospital and related services owned by the ADHB receive approximately seventy six percent of the budget. Sixty percent of this revenue is associated with staff costs, approximately 20 percent is related to treatment costs, with the remainder linked to equipment, capital, depreciation and administration.
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