The NHS in Scotland needs to improve its financial management, according to
an Audit Scotland report published today.
Overspends at four health boards was 50% higher than last year the report
found, with the total deficit rising to £91.1m.
The report, An overview of the performance of the NHS in Scotland 2004/05,
said that the health service in Scotland has achieved better clinical outcomes
and cut most waiting times.
The full report is available here
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