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The figures also raise concerns about whether health boards are reporting all incidents as Powys Local Health Board said there had been just one between April and September last year.
While many health boards - including Betsi Cadwaladr - have seen increases in the amount paid out, Powys local health board - the largest and most rural in the country - has seen a significant decrease of almost a quarter of a million pounds in mileage claims.
He was also charged with failing to declare a criminal conviction when he applied to be added to the ophthalmic lists of Powys Local Health Board and Shropshire County PCT.
Enterprises who licensed TM1 with the additional Web deployment and workflow capabilities of Applix Integra include The Countess of Chester Hospital, Leeds Teaching Hospital, NHS Wales Business Centre - Powys Local Health Board, University College London Hospital, and Whipps Cross Hospital (all via partner InFocus Health), Happy Size Company, and Visa USA.
While Powys Local Health Board approved the vast majority of requests, Cwm Taf Health Board appeared more likely to refuse to provide drugs.
A judge fined Powys Local Health Board pounds 30,000 following the death of Sylvan Money, a 26-year-old artist who killed herself in 2004.
Dyfed Powys Police has launched a joint probe along with Powys Local Health Board into the death, described as 'sudden' and 'unexplained'.
The Health and Safety Executive prosecution focused on the failure of Powys Local Health Board to remove ligature points within the psychiatric unit, despite a damning risk assessment undertaken three years before Ms Money's death.