Boards urged to improve cost-saving measures

MSPs probed the service after a report from public spending watchdog Audit Scotland found the NHS could save about £2 million a year if boards stopped purchasing hip and knee joints from different suppliers.

Scottish health boards should improve the way they compare costs to help tackle budget constraints, a report has found.

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