HSE chief praises drive to find vision for health service’s future

Tony O'Brien welcomes new commitment

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
29th May, 2016
HSE chief Tony OBrien Pic: Maura Hickey

The government’s drive to establish a unifying vision for the health service could prove to be “the most important strategic development in health since the foundation of the state”, HSE chief Tony O’Brien has told this newspaper. O’Brien made his remarks after the cabinet approved a cross-party motion on health reform last week.

He also welcomed the government’s “commitment to multi-annual service planning” which he said would...

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