Tuesday September 22, 2020

HSE funding does ‘not deliver optimum results’

The funding of primary, community and continuing care is to undergo radical change, after the findings of a report commissioned by the Health Service Executive (HSE) into how money is allocated in the health system.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
15th September, 2007

The funding of primary, community and continuing care is to undergo radical change, after the findings of a report commissioned by the Health Service Executive (HSE) into how money is allocated in the health system.

The report, which was carried out by a British consultancy called Teamwork, found that ‘‘the current corporate HSE structures and funding arrangements do not deliver optimum results for the population of Ireland, people and service users, staff and management’’....

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