Friday June 5, 2020

Time for health system to get a radical rethink

8th November, 2015

Private hospital pioneer Dr Jimmy Sheehan has developed three hospitals in Ireland and has travelled the world to observe health systems in other countries.

In today’s paper, Sheehan describes how he has never once been asked to share some of what he has learned with a Minister for Health or departmental officials in this country. Not once.

Fine Gael swept to power with a promise to dramatically reform Ireland’s troubled health service. The...

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