Sláintecare oversight group to be launched in wake of resignations
The move will also see the winding-up of the Sláintecare Implementation Advisory Council (Siac), from which Laura Magahy, Anthony O’Connor and Tom Keane have stepped down in recent weeks
Stephen Donnelly, the Minister for Health, is to launch a new Sláintecare oversight group to manage the restructuring of the HSE into a new regional framework.
The move comes as it has emerged that Robert Watt, the secretary general of the Department of Health, was criticised for his attitude to Sláintecare in the resignation letter of a departing member of the current Sláintecare advisory group.
Donnelly will wind up...
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