• Person in a virtual meeting
    NHS bodies maintain good governance during the COVID-19 crisis
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    PPE procurement and supply in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic
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    NHS spends an additional £501m dealing with COVID-19 midway through the year
  • Photograph of hands at a laptop keyboard
    Ambitious vision for Welsh Community Care Information System still a long way from being realised
  • Photograph of doctor in face mask examining a patient
    COVID-19 has made Welsh NHS waiting list problems worse but has also created a unique opportunity to build a better planned care system
  • Photograph of stethoscope on computer keypad
    Clinical Coding is still not getting the profile it needs within NHS Wales
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    Seven-year hospital upgrade in North Wales cost over £60 million more than originally approved
  • Victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence let down by fragmented system
    Information on the prevalence of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in Wales is unreliable and there is no clear picture of
  • Big challenges remain for Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board
    There are a number of fundamental weaknesses in governance around patient safety and the quality of care at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Boa
  • Plans to strengthen primary care not happening quickly enough
    While the NHS and Welsh Government are taking a range of steps to strengthen primary care, change needs to happen at greater pace and scale to tack
  • Changes needed to public service boards if they’re to realise their full potential
    The 19 new Public Service Boards – which were set up in Wales to improve the well-being of communities - are unlikely to realise their potential un
  • Improvements needed in services for young people
    Opportunities for improvement in public service support of the well-being of young people have been highlighted in a series of reports issued today
  • Postcode lottery for new ‘front door’ to adult social care services
    Councils are doing a good job in preventing social care demand, but information, advice and assistance is not consistently effective across Wales.
  • Integrated Care Fund not yet realising its full potential
    Since the inception of the fund, the Welsh Government has made a total of £270 million available up to March 2019 and with a further £115 million a
  • Four health boards in Wales over-spend again
    Four out of seven health boards in Wales once again failed to meet their financial duty to break-even over a three-year period, according to their