MSPs to quiz NHS Highland chiefs on finances
Three bosses at NHS Highland have been asked to give evidence to MSPs for a second time on how the health board handled its finances in 2013-14.
Members of the Scottish Parliament's public audit committee have previously questioned NHS Highland chiefs in Inverness.
The committee was concerned about what it described as a "last minute" £2.5m funding deal from the government.
A date for the latest evidence session has still to be set.
The health board's chairman Garry Coutts, chief executive Elaine Mead and director of finance Nick Kenton have been asked to answer MSPs' questions.