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1 Aug 2013 - 1:20pm

In 2013, we summarised the findings from all of the local work undertaken in all health boards and trusts that employed large numbers of consultants in 2011.

16 Jul 2013 - 10:00am

This report provides a detailed assessment of the financial position across NHS bodies in 2012-13. It also looks at performance in the delivery of services, focusing on those areas that the Department has identified as a priority. The report then goes on to consider the future short, medium and long-term financial and service challenges for NHS Wales. 

12 Jul 2013 - 6:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

9 Jul 2013 - 9:49am

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

1 Jul 2013 - 1:20pm

It is widely recognised that many parts of the Welsh health and social care system are under considerable pressure. The current situation is unsustainable because these services continue to face excessive levels of demand against a background of constrained financial resources and there is now an urgent need for service transformation and whole system change.

13 Jun 2013 - 10:00am

We set out to answer the question: ‘Is the Framework for implementing CHC effective in ensuring individuals are dealt with fairly and consistently?’

3 Jun 2013 - 6:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

3 Jun 2013 - 9:49am

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

1 Jun 2013 - 1:20pm

In June 2011, the Wales Audit Office published a national report entitled Hospital Catering and Patient Nutrition1. That report was informed by our 2010 review of hospital catering and patient nutrition across Wales, from which we reported local audit findings to all health boards and Velindre NHS Trust.

1 Jun 2013 - 12:00am

Cwm Taf Health Board is prioritising implementing our recommendations and has made steady progress towards embedding thorough job plan reviews for consultants, although not all Directorates are progressing at the same pace.

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