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
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The company said it was 'increasingly concerned at the delays in securing reimbursement for innovative medicines, which is very challenging for the pharmaceutical industry and also for Pfizer'
Medical start-ups expand into major overseas markets including the US
Last week’s column by the head of the state medicines watchdog, Professor Michael Barry, has sparked a vigorous debate among medical professionals on the issue of prescriptions
Despite claims to the contrary, a doctor’s education never stops, writes Bill Prasifka, chief executive of the Medical Council
Professor Michael Barry has represented family doctors as poorly trained lackeys of the pharma industry. This is a completely unfair picture, writes Emmet Kerin
The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) said the system of registration of licensed pre-hospital care providers was a voluntary one