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This report summarises the outcomes of the Auditor General’s appointed auditors’ work on the 2014-15 accounts of town and community councils and their joint committees across Wales.
Between March and June 2015, we undertook follow-up work at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board to assess the extent to which it had implemented the Auditor General’s national recommendations from 2012 on hospital catering and patient nutrition.
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 at Velindre NHS Trust.
This report summarises the findings from our follow-up work, recognising that since the time of our audits, health boards have been working to address our local recommendations.
This Structured Assessment has 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.
These questions focus mainly on the ways that health bodies ask patients for feedback.
This follow-on review seeks to answer the question: ‘Is the Council effectively addressing the issues raised in the Corporate Assessment?’
This audit has focused on strategic priorities as well as the significant financial and operational risks facing the Trust.
The report looked at the establishment, governance, oversight and early operation of the Fund and examined whether the Welsh Government and Finance Wales established the Fund and oversaw its initial operations (including its first three investments) effectively.
This report summarises the findings from the audit work undertaken at Cwm Taf University Health Board (the Health Board) during 2015.