See here analysis from Irish Independent from 14 May 2014
Analysis from Irish Independent on 21 September 2015
An essential element of this Government’s 2011 promise of a ‘democratic revolution’ was a ‘universal single-tiered health service, which guarantees access based on need, not income’. It committed to do this through universal primary care and universal health insurance. (more…)
See below analysis from Irish Independent on 19 September 2014
Leo Varadkar has prioritised getting a realistic budget for health as number one of 10 priorities he wants to achieve within the next 18 months. All 10 priorities make good sense, some of them might even be delivered in the tight timeframe envisaged. (more…)
Fewer nurses caring for more patients increases likelihood of death, see here for column from Medical Independent from 21 March 2014. (more…)
Reductions in waiting lists achieved by throwing resources at the problem is not a sustainable solution. Here is my Medical Independent column from 20 February 2014.