Lies , damned lies and political spin shaping destiny of healthcare
The narrative that Ireland is an excessively high spender on health should be challenged
Budget Day is behind us and the process of developing an HSE service plan for 2020 is now in full swing. From personal experience, I can say with absolute certainty that this is never an easy task, and there is no reason to expect this year to be an exception.
The process of preparing an annual HSE service plan is, to a very substantial degree, about calculating how much health care rationing will be unavoidable next...
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