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Fraud and errors 'costing NHS £7bn a year'

Fraud is costing the NHS £5bn a year, with a further £2bn lost to errors, the former head of its anti-fraud section, Jim Gee, has suggested.

The amount lost to fraud alone could pay for nearly 250,000 new nurses, according to a report he co-authored that has been seen by Panorama.

Fiona Walker reports.

  • 24 Mar 2014
  • From the section Health
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