HSE warns of consultant pay hike if private care removed
In a written submission to a group examining the impact of removing private practice from public hospitals, the HSE warned that removing private practice could have a negative impact on the standard of care provided to patients
The HSE has said hospital consultants would have to be paid more if the government removed private care from public hospitals.
In a written submission to a group examining the impact of removing private practice from public hospitals, the HSE warned that removing private practice could have a negative impact on the standard of care provided to patients if not addressed in advance.
It said a new or renegotiated contract would be needed to attract...
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