Nearly one-third of NHS bodies are still in poor financial health, according to the Audit Commission's Review of the NHS Financial Year 2006-07 published today.

The report says 31 per cent of NHS acute and primary care trusts are failing to meet minimum requirements. However, 27 per cent of trusts and PCTs are in the top two categories, performing well or strongly in their use of resources.

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