NHS 'can not afford' further cuts

NHS 'can not afford' further cuts

Cardiff : United Kingdom | Mar 23, 2012 at 1:43 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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The NHS in Wales can not cut its costs further without making radical hospital reforms, according to the body representing health boards and trusts. The Welsh NHS Confederation says this year's savings targets of about £300m will be met, but service changes will be needed to save more. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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