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VisaView for employers VisaView allows New Zealand employers to check the details of a worker's current visa. Visitor visa Log in here to apply for your Visitor visa. Child visa. You can request an NZeTA using our online web form. Partner visa. Student visa. Maps of variation in care, derived from information routinely gathered by the health system, show how healthcare use differs across the country and to raise important questions about why this variation might be occurring.
Getting the best outcomes for patients and reducing harm are the goals of the Atlas. Where we see substantial variation in use of a particular treatment, it is an alarm bell that should make us stop and investigate whether appropriate care is being delivered. Variation in itself is not necessarily bad, and it can be good if it reflects health services responding to differences in patient preferences or underlying needs.
When a difference in the use of health services does not reflect these factors, it is unwanted variation and represents an opportunity for the health system to improve.
Looking at how healthcare use varies between people living in different areas, between people with and without socioeconomic disadvantage, and between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and other Australians can show who in our community is missing out. Some variation is passed on from parents to offspring, via genes , during reproduction. This is inherited variation. Some variation is the result of differences in the surroundings, or what an individual does.
This is called environmental variation. Humans, dogs and goldfish are examples of species. Different species have very different characteristics from each other.
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For example, dogs have tails and humans do not. Dogs have fur, but goldfish have scales. The individual members of a species also have differences in characteristics. For example, humans have different coloured eyes, and dogs have different length tails. This means that no two members of a species are identical. The differences between the individuals in a species is called variation.