Wales

The 2015 Challenge for NHS Wales

06 / 11 / 2014

The 2015 Challenge for NHS Wales has been produced for general election candidates and outlines the issues that must be discussed and addressed over the coming months and years. 

With six months to go until the general election, the Welsh NHS Confederation, which represents the seven local health boards and three NHS trusts in Wales, has published the document to highlight the scale of the challenge and the need for transformational change. 

By providing an insight into the workings of the Welsh health service and outlining seven major challenges, including the need challenge, the financial challenge and the workforce challenge, it is hoped that the briefing will be a useful resource when considering policy and help to lead a sensible and serious debate surrounding the Welsh NHS and health and wellbeing.

Access the document in Welsh.

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