Irish Life expectancy longer than most in EU
Experts tell the National Health Summit of developments in care and systems to improve outcomes for patients and the better organisation of the health service promised by Sláintecare
Last Thursday, Croke Park was host to the National Health Summit, an event now in its sixteenth year. Taking stock of recent changes including the introduction of Sláintecare, the formation of a new Health Service Executive board and the reorganisation of the HSE into six healthcare regions, the programme focused on questions of reform – how can new ideas, management systems and technologies help the Irish hospital system to evolve?
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