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This compendium accompanies our report on NHS Waiting Times for Elective Care in Wales. The aim is to set out some examples of practices from Wales and further afield that have potential to improve waiting times for patients.
This report sets out the findings of surveys carried out as part of our review of waiting times for elective care in Wales.
This checklist sets out some of the questions NHS board members should be asking to obtain assurance that the health board is managing waiting times effectively.
This report summarises the findings from the audit work undertaken at Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Local Health Board during 2014.
Between March and August 2014 the Auditor General carried out an all Wales review of district nursing services based upon the collection of detailed information from health boards.
This report provides further information on the performance and causes of long waiting times in Wales.
This report summarises the Auditor General’s findings from audit work undertaken at Hywel Dda University Local Health Board during 2014.
This report is issued in the public interest under section 22 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004.
This review sought to answer the question: ‘Is the Health Board planning and utilising its district nursing resources effectively as part of its wider approach to delivering care in the community?’
Clinical coding is defined by the NHS Classifications Service as ‘the translation of medical terminology, as written by the consultant, to describe a patient’s complaint, problem, diagnosis, treatment or reason for seeking medical attention into a coded format which is nationally and internationally recognised’.