Homecare providers threaten HSE with legal action over new tender process
Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI) claims that the HSE is not providing enough detail on care plans and is potentially ‘in contravention of the law’ on zero-hour contracts
Homecare providers have threatened the HSE with legal action over what they claim is a lack of clarity in a new tender for services.
Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), which represents private providers employing 10,000 carers across the country, wrote to the HSE and Department of Health last week highlighting a number of concerns it had with the tender to provide services in 2023.
Joseph Musgrave, the chief executive of HCCI, accused the HSE ...