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Audit Reports

An Audit Committee is responsible for the financial scrutiny of internal financial controls such as the safeguarding of assets, the maintenance of proper accounting records and the reliability of financial information.

Regular reports are submitted to the Trust Board.

Clinical audit is a process which seeks to improve any outcome of patient care whereby clinicians examine their practices and results against agreed standards and modify their practice where indicated.

These can be accessed through the Trust Board papers.

Risk management is about the quality of care for the patient, how to improve it and how to reduce risk for both the patient and staff.

The use of risk management policies can ensure that the correct systems and safety checks are in place to maintain quality standards.

Risk Management and Audit Commitee updates can be accessed through the Trust Board papers.

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