Game is up' for IMO, says Hobbs

The Irish Medical Organisation has resigned itself to being little more than a trade association for GPs, according to Eddie Hobbs.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
29th June, 2014

The Irish Medical Organisation has resigned itself to being little more than a trade association for GPs, according to Eddie Hobbs.

In a hard-hitting article in today's Sunday Business Post, Hobbs writes that ''the scale of the recent rout of the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) under Competition law has ''yet to be grasped by many GPs.

He says that while the recent agreement between the IMO and the Competition Authority was hailed in the media...

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