Claire Sweeney on Audit Scotland’s report and the financial pressures on drug and alcohol services
Posted on 15-12-2009
Claire says the report recommends work to simplify arrangements and funding design. Claire talks about the uncertainty and constraints the services are facing.

Claire Sweeney

Public Reporting Group

Location: Scotland

Claire is currently Portfolio manager, Audit Scotland.¬†Claire Sweeney has worked for Audit Scotland for five years and is responsible for national reviews of performance in primary and community care. She has led on and carried out reports relating to mental health, drugs and alcohol, GP out-of-hours services and the major pay contracts in the NHS.…

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