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NHS managers to take control of finances

25th September 2008

The auditor general for Wales has said the pending reorganisation of the Welsh health service should be used to improve financial management.

Jeremy Colman said employees' responsibility for good finance must be made clear in the new NHS bodies to be created by the restructure, which will see the internal market ended with the merger of the eight existing acute trusts and 22 local health boards into seven or eight new organisations. Mr Colman said financial management needed to "take a step or two up" as a result of the process.

 

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Title: NHS managers to take control of finances
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 8504
Date Added: 25th Sep 2008

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