One of Wales' biggest health boards has announced it plans to make almost 400 posts redundant by March.
In evidence to the Assembly's Public Accounts Committee, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board says it has to save £56 million pounds.
Earlier this year the health board said it wanted to provide services in a more "cost effective way".
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