HSE fails to publish basic performance report

In 2017, it began publishing quarterly reports, but the last published report was for July-September 2017. The HSE was unable to clarify why publication of these reports has been so badly delayed

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
3rd June, 2018

The HSE has failed to publish a performance report detailing how the €15 billion organisation is functioning since September 2017.

Between 2008-2016 the HSE published these reports - which detail the HSE’s performance in respect of access, quality, finance and human resources - on a monthly basis.

In 2017, it began publishing quarterly reports, but the last published report was for July-September 2017. The HSE was unable to clarify why publication of these reports...

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