Expenditure on agency staff by NHS Wales
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2 Expenditure on agency staff by NHS Wales: Letter from the Welsh Government (25 April 2019)
- PAC(5)-13-19 PTN1 - Welsh Government on NHS Agency Staff_e, item 2 PDF 273 KB
- PAC(5)-13-19 PTN2 - Auditor General for Wales letter on Agency staff NHS Wales_e, item 2 PDF 487 KB
7 Expenditure on agency staff by NHS Wales: Committee Correspondence
PAC(5)-07-19 PTN2 – Letter from the Committee Chair to Dr Dai Lloyd AM, Chair of Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (7 February 2019)
PAC(5)-07-19 PTN3 – Letter from Dr Dai Lloyd AM, Chair of Health, Social Care and Sport Committee to the Committee Chair (12 February 2019)
- PAC(5)-07-19 PTN2 - Chair to HSCS - NHS Agency Costs _e, item 7 PDF 160 KB
- PAC(5)-07-19 PTN3 - HSCS to Chair - NHS agency staff_e, item 7 PDF 124 KB
7.1 Members noted the correspondence. It was agreed that the Chair would write to Dr Andrew Goodall, Director General HSS/Chief Executive NHS Wales, seeking his views on the Auditor General’s Report together with the expenditure on agency staff reported in the Health Board’s Annual Report and Accounts 2018-19 ,and return to the issue in the autumn term.
9 Expenditure on agency staff by NHS Wales: Auditor General for Wales' Report
PAC(5)-03-19 Paper 6 – Auditor General for Wales Report
- Restricted enclosure 13 , View reasons restricted (9/1)
- PAC(5)-03-19 P6 - Auditor General Wales Report on NHS Agency Staff, item 9 PDF 2 MB
9.1 Members discussed the Auditor General’s report and noted that the Health, Social Care and Sports Committee were going to look at agency staff costs as part of their scrutiny of all health boards over the next year. Members agreed to keep a watching brief on this issue.