The government response to the CervicalCheck debacle means patients can only access the latest drugs if they have the ‘right’ illness
Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan is expected to be called before the Oireachtas health commi...
Oncologist John Crown says the move is ‘unprecedented’ and calls on Minister for Health to ‘extend the opportunity of treatment to all patients’
Revelation likely to ratchet up pressure on beleaguered minister
The Minister for Health has been accused of incompetence and of having a panicked reaction to the CervicalCheck crisis. Sparks may fly when he appears before the health committee this week
Former clinical director of CervicalCheck said she had concerns about decision to offer an additional smear test from the outset
Dr Grainne Flannelly's submission to the Oireachtas Committee on Health represents the first time that she has made any public comment since her high-profile resignation last year
Women paying privately for cervical smear tests are receiving their results within two to three weeks from the same laboratory that is taking up to seven months to get results back to public patients
The government’s health reform team asked to be moved out of the Department of Health, due to c...
The HSE’s interim chief Anne O’Connor is among those shortlisted for the director general job...
Two years after it was conceived as an idea, we have an action plan for reform of the health system. Many critics say this is too little too late, with suspiciously little detail on where the funding is to come from for the ten-year plan
A spokesperson for junior education minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor said 'no decision had been made' as to whether the positions would be open to transgender applicants