FNHA reports on internal audits and evaluations related to FNHA programs, services and contracted agencies.
FNHA is a learning organization, and evaluation plays an important role within it and with our health governance and tripartite partners. Evaluation helps us uphold our commitment to reciprocal accountability and continuous quality improvement in achieving our shared vision.
Evaluations support telling stories of change over time, celebrating our successes and identifying areas for improvement that contribute to the information that guides the journey forward.
Evaluation plays an important role at the FNHA in supporting and strengthening capacity as an accountable and learning organization and health governance structure. The current state of evaluations is responding to mandatory requirements as well as smaller reviews to meet immediate needs. The FNHA will continue to address mandatory requirements while further enhancing the timely collection of strategic information to inform decision-making and tell the story of progress.
The key purpose of the Tripartite Evaluation Report is to tell the story of change amongst the partners and within the broader health system. The focus of this first, five-year Tripartite Evaluation report - released January 2020 - is on governance, tripartite relationships and integration. Findings focus on three key areas:
Governance, Tripartite Relationships and Integration;
Health and Wellness System Performance; and
Health and Wellness Outcomes
The focus of this first five-year Tripartite Evaluation report is on this first topic area: governance, tripartite relationships and integration.
• Evaluation of the BC Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nation Health Governance• FA Appendices• Executive Summary• Infographic
• Evaluation of the BC Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nation Health Governance
• FA Appendices
• Executive Summary
Through this process, evaluations have been conducted of the FNHA and all five Regional Partnership Accords. A number of case studies and technical reports were also prepared. See below for these evaluations and case studies.
Cultural Safety and Humility - reviews initiatives to embed cultural safety and humility throughout the health care system in BC and includes initiatives undertaken by the Parties that support cultural safety and humility more broadly.
Data and Information Governance - reviews the evolution and major advancements in First Nations data governance since the signing of the Framework Agreement as well as ongoing challenges and future work.
Health Actions - examines the types of programming communities pursued under the FNHA Health Actions funds and highlights examples of innovative and community-driven wellness programming supported by the FNHA.
Overdose Response - assesses the effectiveness of the response to the overdose emergency as it pertains to First Nations people and communities in BC in order to support ongoing learning and inform decision-making.
Maternal, Child and Family Health – examines topics relating to preconception, pregnancy and the early years of life and ways to prepare and support new parents and their households to heal, stay together, and support their babies and children.
This report presents the results of an evaluation of the activities and programming delivered by the FNHA from the fiscal years 2013/14 to 2019/20. The purpose of this evaluation is to tell the story of change resulting from the creation of the FNHA, describing the progress that the FNHA has made against its mandate and strategic plan.
The Evaluation of the FNHA - Case Study Technical Report - focuses on the findings from the 11 case studies that were undertaken as part of the broader Evaluation of the FNHA and was conducted by an independent consultant.
FNHA Board Evaluation Summary
An independent consulting firm was engaged to conduct an Evaluation of the Board, focused on helping the FNHA Board of Directors understand its current strengths and highlighting areas where there may be opportunities to improve FNHA’s governance practices. This document provides a summary of the findings of the report.
FNHA Board Evaluation Summary
An independent consulting firm was engaged to evaluate the FNHA’s Pharmacy Program for BC First Nations with a primary focus on the transfer of the drug benefits to PharmaCare Plan W in 2017.
The evaluation addresses a range of topics related to effectiveness, efficiency, governance structure, risk management and controls, and implementation of Plan W. More specifically, the evaluation reviewed the planning for and implementation of Plan W, the results of the transition and the opportunities for improvement and lessons learned that should be considered in the planning for changes to other health benefits.
Evaluation of FNHA’s Health Benefits – Pharmacy Program for BC First Nations
Inter Tribal Health Authority: Health Funding Arrangement Audit