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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 Powys Teaching Health Board during 2014.
This report provides further information on the performance and causes of long waiting times in Wales.
This report provides a detailed assessment of the financial position across NHS Wales in 2013-14.
The report brings together a picture of what Ceredigion County Council is trying to achieve, how it is going about it, and the progress it has
made since the Auditor General published his last annual improvement report.
This audit examined the approach of Powys Teaching Health Board (the Health Board) to the management of primary care prescribing and sought to answer the question: ‘Is the approach being taken by the Health Board supporting safe, effective and economical prescribing within primary care?’
The report covers Powys County Council’s delivery and evaluation of services in relation to 2012-13, its planning of improvement for 2013-14.
In this study, we reviewed councils’ work to reduce the numbers of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) and considered if they are well placed to enable better outcomes for young people who are, or are at risk of becoming, NEET.