Insurance costs threaten the viability of our private healthcare practices

The Irish health service needs both public and private healthcare provision but there are increasing challenges for private practices

Rising clinical indemnity insurance costs are posing a threat to private practices. Picture: Getty

Business Post subscribers can read:

• John Curran’s view on why both public and private healthcare will be needed in Ireland for some time

• The costs most putting private practices under pressure

• The reforms that could help ensure their viability