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Access gets most cash in Wales

The Welsh Assembly is spending £2.6 million of its £7 million enhanced services budget on schemes aimed at providing 24-hour access to a primary care professional.

The rest of its spending includes £1.9 million on anticoagulation monitoring for warfarin users and £1.4 million for summarising medical records.

Enhanced services have been negotiated nationally in Wales because local health boards are still in their infancy.

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