Health boards 'must learn lessons from Betsi failings'
Health boards across the country must learn lessons from failings at Wales' largest health board, assembly members have warned.
Some senior managers at the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board in north Wales have already stepped down after an earlier critical report.
The assembly's public accounts committee says the new leadership now faces a "huge task".
It found the management of a C. diff outbreak and infection control "extremely concerning".
Matthew Richards reports for BBC Wales Today.
10 Dec 2013
- From the section Wales