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Signs Welsh hospitals are getting safer, says deputy chief medical officer

21 March 2014 Last updated at 15:14 GMT

With standards of care in the Welsh NHS under intense scrutiny, there are encouraging signs that Welsh hospitals are getting safer, according to Wales' deputy chief medical officer.

Dr Chris Jones was speaking as a new version of hospital death rates was published which take into account differences between Wales and England.

BBC Wales health correspondent Owain Clarke went to the Welsh government's HQ in Cardiff where he spoke to Dr Jones.

Signs hospitals are 'getting safer'

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