Saturday September 19, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: HSE chief - no plan, no money and no vision for health

Tony O’Brien says HSE has been on ‘death row’ since 2011

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

13th December, 2015

The head of the HSE has warned that there is no clear national vision for the future of the health service in Ireland, adding that the HSE has been living under a “death sentence” for years.

In a series of interviews with The Sunday Business Post in recent weeks, Tony O’Brien said the HSE had been starved of funding to deliver major change, adding that the current budget process prevented him from making...

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