NHS in Scotland 2018

NHS in Scotland 2018

The Auditor General for Scotland, said: "The performance of the NHS continues to decline, while demands on the service from Scotland's ageing population are growing. The solutions lie in changing how healthcare is accessed and delivered, but progress is too slow". 

 

Oral evidence session 15 November 2018

NHS in Scotland 2018

The Committee took evidence from the Auditor General for Scotland and Audit Scotland on the Section 23 report "NHS in Scotland 2018".

Please read the Official Report

Papers for the meeting on 15 November 2018

Minutes from the meeting 15 November 2018

Meeting correspondence and follow-up

The Committee agreed to take oral evidence at a future meeting from the Scottish Government and NHS Highland and NHS Ayrshire and Arran. 

Oral evidence session 20 December 2018

The Committee took evidence from Paul Gray, Director-General Health and Social Care, Scottish Government and Chief Executive, NHS Scotland along with Christine McLaughlin, Director of Health Finance, Shirley Rogers, Director of Health Workforce and Strategic Change, Dr Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer, Scottish Government. This session was followed with further evidence from the Auditor General for Scotland and Audit Scotland.

Please read the Official Report of 20 December 2018 

Papers for the meeting 20 December 2018 

Minutes of the Meeting 20 December 2018 

Meeting correspondence and follow-up

The Committee agreed to consider its future scrutiny of the Auditor General for Scotland's reports: 2017/18 audits of NHS Highland - Financial sustainability, NHS Ayrshire and Arran - Financial sustainability and NHS in Scotland 2018 at a future meeting.

Letter from Paul Gray to Health and Sport Committee regarding NHS Board Performance Escalation Framework, 18 December 2018 (382KB pdf) 

Letter from Paul Gray to Health and Sport Committee regarding NHS Board Performation Escalation Framework, 23 January 2019 (154KB pdf)

 

At the meeting on 27 June 2019 the Committee agreed to close its scrutiny of the Auditor General for Scotland's report entitled "NHS in Scotland 2018".

Timetable

 

 
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