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The Welsh Government is currently consulting on how substance misuse treatment services for young people and families are provided in Wales.
Joint letter to UK Government.
The UK Government has been urged to increase the amount of funding available for NHS pay.
Health Minister, Eluned Morgan, has announced a new contract agreement with GPs in Wales, which will deliver the most significant reform of the contract since 2004.
Updated goals for the pharmacy profession have been published today, as the transformation of pharmaceutical care in Wales continues.
Digital vaccination records and simplified booking systems are among some of the changes set out in a new plan to increase the take up of vaccinations across Wales.
A Welsh Government spokesperson said: “Progress continues to be made on the longest waits and we have seen a reduction in the number of patient pathways* waiting more than two years for treatment for the fifth month in a row. This is a fall of 16 per cent since the peak in March.
New and improved methods of managing Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions such as osteoporosis and arthritis are benefitting people across Wales.
The Welsh Government has announced £2m to upgrade emergency department waiting areas this winter.
Outline plans to build a new mental health unit at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd to improve the quality care for adults and older people have been approved by the Health Minister.
The Welsh Government has set out its vision for palliative and end of life care delivered in Wales which will help people achieve the best quality of life possible and die with dignity.
Bowel cancer screening will be made available to more people in Wales as home testing is expanded to include 55-57 year olds.