Dorgan pharmacy report unlikely to end conflict

The much-anticipated report on pharmacy fees by the independent body headed by Sean Dorgan appears unlikely to resolve the row between the HSE and Irish pharmacies.

9th August, 2008

The much-anticipated report on pharmacy fees by the independent body headed by Sean Dorgan appears unlikely to resolve the row between the HSE and Irish pharmacies.

The report, which has yet to go before cabinet, contains criticisms of the HSE and outlines the complexity of the current payments system. It proposes an increased interim dispensing fee on a sliding scale. It also recommends that the proposals be temporary ‘‘because of our strong view that a...

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