South Wales NHS: Cwm Taf health board rejects shake-up plans
There is confusion about the future of healthcare in south Wales after one health board refused to join four others in agreeing plans to centralise key services at five hospitals.
Cwm Taf went against the proposals relating to A&E, specialist care for mothers, newborn babies and children.
The Royal Glamorgan hospital in Llantrisant, which comes under Cwm Taf, would see some services moved under the plans.
Talks between the health boards are now likely to continue.
BBC Wales' health correspondent Owain Clarke reports.
13 Feb 2014