HSE faces further cash shortfalls

Next year promises to be an even more difficult one for the HSE, based on its budget allocation, writes Aileen O’Meara.

8th December, 2007

Next year promises to be an even more difficult one for the HSE, based on its budget allocation, writes Aileen O’Meara.

The HSE has been allocated €14.9 billion, an increase of just 6.7 per cent next year. Even with a larger increase this year, it struggled to cope with the increased demand on services.

It should be remembered that the HSE started 2007 with a €350 million shortfall, due to the underfunding of services...

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