PracticeAuditBUDGET 2002: New ‘super auditor’ for NHS

BUDGET 2002: New 'super auditor' for NHS

Gordon Brown announced today he will ensure the extra money spent on the NHS will come under the eye of an independent auditor.

As revealed earlier, a new super auditor will ensure the money spent on the NHS is ‘value-for-money’ – a move that will cause ructions as such reviews are normally carried out by the audit commission.

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