The Welsh Government says "progress has not been universal across Wales" since it published a care strategy for the treatment of patients with ME in 2011.
The Welsh Government requires Health Boards to put in place measures to ensure prompt diagnosis and treatment for patients with ME. A care pathway was set out in 2011, with the involvement of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Task and Finish Group commissioned by the Minister for Health and Social Services in 2010.
Last year, the Welsh Government asked all Health Boards for updates on service developments since the publication of this guidance. The responses received show that there have been some improvements, but that progress has not been universal across Wales.
Therefore the Task and Finish Group will be reconvened this year to consider how services can be further developed to meet the needs of people with CFS and ME in Wales.
More top news
Showers will clear this evening to leave a largely dry night with clear skies. Temperatures expected to tumble with a risk of frost in parts
Watch our report with the rugby region's stars, who were feeling the heat in some very specialist pre-season training today.
As it's announced that response times will be axed for most 999 calls, our Health and Social Affairs Correspondent assesses what it means.