A new board for a renewed health service
The minister needs to forge a strong new board to oversee the HSE. Here’s how
History books in time will look very unfavourably upon the 2011 decision to disband the board of the HSE.
As the national health system faces an existential crisis with public confidence at its lowest ebb in decades, it is clear that this decision has impacted on the ability of the HSE to deliver an effective service in a structure where accountability, performance and the highest standard of ethics are the norm.
Since 2011, the reporting of...
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