Hospital review body last met in April 2015
Strategic Advisory Group was established in 2014
The expert group tasked with guiding an overhaul of the Irish hospital system has not met in over a year.
The Strategic Advisory Group was established in 2014 to develop an overarching policy for hospital groups and hospital trusts – the main pillar of Fine Gael’s plan to restructure the hospital system.
But the Department of Health confirmed that the Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) last met in April 2015.
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