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This report sets out the findings of the survey of public sector leaders carried out as part of our A Picture of Public Services 2015 report
This is the fifth annual report on local government bodies’ accounts. It summarises the results of the work for 2014-15 at the following types of local government bodies (audited bodies) in Wales: Unitary authorities, Local government pension funds, Police and crime commissioners and chief constables, Fire and rescue authorities, National park authorities, Joint committees & Harbour authorities
The 2015 structured assessment assessed the robustness of the Health Board’s financial management arrangements, the adequacy of its governance arrangements and the management of key enablers that support effective use of resources.
This report summarises findings from the audit work at Powys Teaching Health Board during 2015.
This review covered medication information provided by GPs to support admissions, medication reviews that patients receive during their stay, the support patients are given to take their medicines, and the arrangements to ensure good medicines management after discharge.
On behalf of the Auditor General, Wales Audit Office staff have prepared this report to paint a picture of devolved public services’ response to the challenges they have been facing and their plans to face the future pressures.
The diagnostic review is based upon an analysis of comparative data and the views of a sample of staff who use clinical ICT systems on a regular basis.
This review was carried out between April 2015 and June 2015 and sought to answer the question: 'Is the Health Board managing follow-up outpatient appointments effectively?'
During 2015, we examined whether councils are working effectively to support the independence of older people.
This report considers the progress made by local councils to address these weaknesses and highlights areas the Auditor General will focus on for the audit of the 2015-16 accounts.