Friday October 30, 2020

Troubles mount for IMO

With the IMO rocked by revelations about the pension scheme for its former head, the HSE has asked the Ombudsman's advice about a now-defunct €2.3m website, writes Susan Mitchell.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

22nd June, 2013
IMO offices on Fitzwilliam Place in Dublin.

TThe Revenue Commissioners and the Health Service Executive (HSE) are heaping pressure on the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO), and the Ombudsman could be set to recommend the release of information that the IMO has done everything in its power to bury. Six months on from a scandal that engulfed the IMO, the organisation's troubles are not over.

Last December, it emerged that former IMO chief executive George McNeice had negotiated a €20 million exit package....

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