The Welsh Government says it will read a new report into the finances of NHS Wales "with interest."
The report by the Public Accounts Committee found that NHS Wales finances are improving, but "cannot yet be given a clean bill of health."
We thank the Committee for their work, and will read the report with interest. We are encouraged by their opening remarks that much progress has been made.
In addition, as the new NHS Finance Wales Bill comes into force in April this year, we know that health boards will be able to deliver better integrated service, workforce and financial planning.
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