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NHS consultant contract falls short of securing intended benefits

08 February 2013
  • Since its introduction in 2003, significant sums of money have been spent implementing an amended NHS consultant contract in Wales. Despite this, the intended benefits for the health service are not being fully realised, largely because of weaknesses in consultants' job planning arrangements. Those are the conclusions of a report published today by the Auditor General for Wales.

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    Consultant Contract in Wales: Progress with Securing the Intended Benefits

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