2 Terms and Definitions Used ACC Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Corporation HFA Health Funding Authority HHS Hospital and Health Service - publicly owned hospital and associated service HSP Health Service Providers Footnotes Note 1 Appropriation numbers in Part B are inclusive of GST (where applicable). 278 B.7 Vol.I
3 Health VOTE MINISTER: Minister of Health ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Ministry of Health The Minister of Health is the Responsible Minister for the Ministry of Health Part B - Statement of Appropriations (see note 1) Summary of 1999/2000 Appropriations By the Department Administering the Vote Appropriations to be Used For Non-Departmental Transactions Annual Other Annual Other Total Appropriations Types of Appropriation $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 Operating Flows Classes of Outputs to be Supplied 58,190 1,868 6,630,849-6,690,907 Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses Borrowing Expenses Other Expenses ,507-20,507 Capital Flows Capital Contributions ,000-13,000 Purchase or Development of Capital Assets Repayment of Debt Total Appropriations for 1999/2000 Total 1999/2000 Main Estimates Appropriations 58,190 1,868 6,664,356-6,724,414 54,184 1,406 6,618,773-6,674,363 B.7 Vol.I 279
4 280 B.7 Vol.I Part B1 - Details of 1999/2000 Appropriations Main Estimates 1999/2000 Supplementary Estimates Cumulative Vote Annual Other Annual Other Annual Other Appropriations $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 Purpose of and Reasons for Change in 1999/2000 Appropriations Departmental Output Classes (Mode B Gross) D1 Health and Disability Policy 15, ,865 - Strategic advice and policy analysis on the health and disability sector in New Zealand. This includes health and disability services policy, public health policy and 0 RUL KHDOWK SROLF\ policy development.,qfuhdvh UHSUHVHQWV UHDOORFDWLRQ RI UHVRXUFHV IRU VHFWRU D2 Performance Management 4,947 - (67) - 4,880 - Negotiation, management and monitoring of the Crown's funding of the Health Funding Authority, and the negotiation and monitoring of contracts with specific advisory and sector support service providers. Decrease represents transfer of resources to priority areas in Health Regulation and Protection. D3 Ministerial Support Services 2,472 - (426) - 2,046 - Provision of responses to ministerial correspondence and parliamentary questions. Decrease represents reallocation of resources to Policy and Health Regulation and Protection. D4 Health Regulation and Protection 21,233-3,943-25,176 - Administration and enforcement of health legislation, including licensing, monitoring, national coordination and technical advice. Increase represents increased resources and funding for Gisborne Cervical Cancer inquiry and increase in third party funded activities. D5 Occupational Registration 2, ,235 - Servicing and administration of health occupational registration bodies. Increase represents increase in registration fees and number of new registrations received. Function ceased on the 1st of April Total Appropriations for Departmental Output Classes (Mode B Gross) Departmental Output Classes (Mode B Net) 46,328-3,874-50,202 -
5 D6 Information Services 7,856 1, ,988 1,868 Production and management of health information including databases. Increase represents increased resources to fund new accommodation. Total Appropriations for Departmental Output Classes (Mode B Net) Non-Departmental Output Classes O1 Personal Health Services: Northern O2 Personal Health Services: Midland 7,856 1, ,988 1,868 1,539,671-42,707-1,582,378 - Personal health services for the Northern region purchased by the Health Funding Authority (HFA).Increase represents: 1. A $ million transfer to Personal Health Services Northern to fund a projected deficit. 2. Funding of $7.221 million to reduce waiting lists for elective surgery. 3. Funding of $2.985 million to cover the projected deficit in illness related pharmaceutical and laboratory costs. 933,634-1, ,610 - Personal health services for the Midland region purchased by the HFA. Major changes are: 1. A decrease of $5.630 million, being surplus funding not required for current contracts, transferred to other output classes to fund deficits. 2. Increased funding of $4.455 million to reduce waiting lists for elective surgery. 3. Increased funding of $1.842 million to cover the projected deficit in illness related pharmaceutical and laboratory costs. B.7 Vol.I 281
6 282 B.7 Vol.I Part B1 - Details of 1999/2000 Appropriations (continued) Main Estimates 1999/2000 Supplementary Estimates Cumulative Vote Annual Other Annual Other Annual Other Appropriations $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 Purpose of and Reasons for Change in 1999/2000 Appropriations Non-Departmental Output Classes - cont d O3 Personal Health Services: Central O4 Personal Health Services: Southern O5 Disability Support Services: Northern 1,093,671-10,805-1,104,476 - Personal health services for the Central region purchased by the HFA. Major changes are: 1. A decrease of $4.500 million, being surplus funding not required for current contracts, transferred to other output classes to fund deficits. 2. Increased funding of $5.181 million to reduce waiting lists for elective surgery. 3. Increased funding of $2.142 million to cover the projected deficit in illness related pharmaceutical and laboratory costs. 4. Increased funding of $6.525 million for Capital Coast Health for costs associated with providing tertiary services. 1,045,872 - (30,389) - 1,015,483 - Personal health services for the Southern region purchased by the HFA. Major changes are: 1. Transfer of $ million to other output classes to fund forecast deficits. 2. Increased funding of $4.643 million to reduce waiting lists for elective surgery. 3. Increased funding of $1.919 million to cover the projected deficit in illness related pharmaceutical and laboratory costs. 536,152 - (16,634) - 519,518 - Disability support services for the Northern region purchased by the HFA.. Major changes are: 1. A decrease of $ million, being surplus funding not required for current contracts, transferred to other output classes to fund deficits. 2. A decrease of $2.694 million due to the delay in compulsory care legislation
7 O6 Disability Support Services: Midland 324,204 - (18,793) - 305,411 - Disability support services for the Midland region purchased by the HFA. Decrease represents adjustment of appropriations to reflect contracted expenditure. 1. A decrease of $ million, being surplus funding not required for current contracts, transferred to other output classes to fund deficits. 2. A decrease of $1.644 million due to the delay in compulsory care legislation. O7 Disability Support Services: Central 402,637-7, ,436 - Disability support services for the Central region purchased by the HFA. Major changes are: 1. An increase of $ million, being surplus funding transferred from other output classes, to fund increases in demand driven residential care costs. 2. A decrease of $2.004 million due to the delay in compulsory care legislation. O8 Disability Support Services: Southern 373,934-36, ,019 - Disability support services for the Southern region purchased by the HFA. Major changes: 1. An increase of $ million, being surplus funding transferred from other output classes, to fund increases in demand driven residential care costs. 2. A decrease of $1.861 million due to the delay in compulsory care legislation. O9 Public Health Service Purchasing 123,345 - (6,071) - 117,274 - Public Health Services Purchased by the HFA and Ministry of Health from HHSs and other public health service providers. Decrease represents: 1. Funding transferred to personal health services to fund specific initiatives such as plunket line and helpline. 2. Expense transfer to 2000/01 for a meningococcal vaccine trial. B.7 Vol.I 283 O10 Management of Residual Health Liabilities and Crown Health Enterprise Debt O11 National Advisory and Support Services 2,024 - (506) - 1,518 - Management of residual area health board liabilities and debt allocated to HHSs. Decrease represents one off savings transferred to fund exchange rate exposure in International Health funding for New Zealand s membership to the World Health Organisation (WHO). 1, ,418 - Provision of advisory and support services by independent service providers at a national level.
8 284 B.7 Vol.I Part B1 - Details of 1999/2000 Appropriations (continued) Main Estimates 1999/2000 Supplementary Estimates Cumulative Vote Annual Other Annual Other Annual Other Appropriations $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 Purpose of and Reasons for Change in 1999/2000 Appropriations Non-Departmental Output Classes - cont d O12 Advice on Food Standards 1,667 - (300) - 1,367 - Purchase of services to support New Zealand's participation in the Australia New Zealand Food Authority. Decrease represents one off savings transferred to fund demand driven inquiries into treatment of Mental Health patients. O13 Monitoring and Protecting Health and Disability Consumer Interests O15 Management of Health and Disability Funding 11, ,217 - Provision of services to monitor and protect health consumer interests by the Health and Disability Commissioner, District Mental Health Inspectors and Review Tribunals, and the Mental Health Commission. Increase represents funding of demand driven inquiries into treatment of Mental Health patients. 104, ,924 - Purchase of outputs from the HFA to manage health and disability funding. Increase represents administration of specific programmes, such as family start, previously allocated to funding for service purchasing in Personal Health. O16 Specified Health Payments 108, ,800 - Funding to allow the HFA to fund HHS s for the capital charge levied on the Crowns investment in hospitals. Total Appropriations for Non- Departmental Output Classes Other Expenses to be Incurred by the Crown 6,603,571-27,278-6,630,849 - Australian Kidney Foundation Cost contribution to the Australian Kidney Foundation to receive the Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry. International Health Organisations 1, ,153 - World Health Organization (WHO) and Australian Health Ministers conference contribution. Increase required due to exchange rate changes to fund New Zealand s full contribution to WHO.
9 Legal Expenses 2,000-3,288-5,288 - Legal claims compensation. Increase is an expense transfer from 1998/99 to provide settlement funding for claims against the Crown. Provider Development 11, ,489 - Funding for the development of health providers, particularly for the improvement of 0 RUL KHDOWK Inquiry in Gisborne. 'HFUHDVH ZDV WR SURYLGH IXQGLQJ UHODWHG WR WKH &HUYLFDO &DQFHU Registration Boards Payment of accumulated surpluses to Health Occupational Registration Boards when formed as bodies corporate. Total Appropriations for Other Expenses to be Incurred by the Crown Capital Contributions to Other Persons or Organisations Capital Contribution to the Health Funding Authority Total Appropriations for Capital Contributions to Other Persons or Organisations 15,202-5,305-20, ,000-13,000 - Capital Contribution to the Health Funding Authority for equity investments in PHARMAC and Health Benefits Limited ,000-13,000 - Total Appropriations 6,672,957 1,406 49, ,722,546 1,868 B.7 Vol.I 285
10 286 B.7 Vol.I Part F - Crown Revenue and Receipts Part F1 - Current and Capital Revenue and Receipts Current Revenue Main Estimates 1999/2000 Supplementary Estimates Total Budgeted Non-Tax Revenue ACC - Reimbursement of Work Related Public Hospital Costs ACC - Reimbursement of Non- Earners Account ACC - Reimbursement of Benefits and Provider Subsidies ACC - Reimbursement of Earners' Non-work-Related Public Hospital Costs ACC - Reimbursement of Motor Vehicle-Related Public Hospital Costs Repayment of Loan Interest from Private Hospitals and Group Practices $000 $000 $000 Explanation of 1999/2000 Crown Revenue - 1,284 1,284 Accident compensation (ACC) recovery of work-related accident treatment costs incurred by the public health system. Increase represents adjustment of 1998/99 estimate to actual costs , ,123 Accident compensation (ACC) recovery of non-earners accident treatment costs incurred by the public health system. Increase represents estimate of cost recovery not available at time of main estimates. - (124) (124) Accident compensation (ACC) recovery of accident treatment costs incurred by the public health system. Decrease represents adjustment of 1998/99 estimate to actual costs. 39, ,011 Accident compensation (ACC) recovery of non-work-related accident treatment costs incurred by the public health system. Increase represents washup for 1998/99 actuals plus a decrease to reflect adjustment for self employed. 45,014 (8,661) 36,353 Accident compensation (ACC) recovery of motor vehicle-related accident treatment costs incurred by the public health system. Decrease represents forecast adjustment for 1999/2000 and washup of actual costs for 1998/ Repayment of loan interest from private hospitals and group practices. Reimbursement of Capital Charge 3,794-3,794 Capital charge reimbursement from the HFA.
11 Residual Health Management Rental Total Non-Tax Revenue 88, , ,757 Total Current Revenue 88, , ,757 Capital Receipts Principal Repayment of Loans to Private Hospitals Principal loan repayments by Occupational Registration Boards Total Capital Receipts 214 (140) 74 Total Crown Revenue and Receipts Rental income from vacated area health board premises that were not taken over by HHSs Repayment of loan principal from private hospitals and group practices. 140 (140) - Repayment of principal of loans made to individual Occupational registration bodies corporate. Decrease represents forecast adjustment to recognise that no loans have been granted in 1999/ , , ,831 B.7 Vol.I 287
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