Plaid Cymru says the Welsh Government is downgrading hospitals and putting patients at risk. The party's conference has also heard a call for Wales to have its own criminal justice system.
Owain Phillips reports.
Leanne Wood has told ITV Wales that despite her party's focus on the economy, Plaid Cymru has not given up the fight on subjects like independence and the Welsh language.
But she said reaching out to non-traditional Plaid voters was 'key', adding that there are no 'no-go areas' for the party.
Plaid's leader also dismissed the subject of her party's performance in recent polls, saying: "Polls change. A week is a long time in politics, so four years is a very long time. I'm confident we can change Plaid Cymru's trajectory in those polls."
Leanne Wood will give her first annual conference speech as Plaid Cymru leader within the next hour.
She's expected to speak about the economy and the need to create jobs rather than focusing on independence and other constitutional issues.
She told me yesterday that it's not an issue anymore for the party. Everyone knows where Plaid stands on constitutional change.
Constitutional change will be important part of debates at Plaid's conference but don't expect much in @leannewood 's leader speech.
Plaid Conference will debate an emergency motion on the GCSE row this morning.