Tony O’Brien: Time for hard decisions on our outdated health service

Tony O’Brien: Time for hard decisions on our outdated health service
Tony O’Brien speaking at the MacGill Summer School in Glenties, Co Donegal, last week Picture: North West Newspix

Much of the treatment is to a very high standard, but executing a real shift in the way the service works will call for hard decisions from politicians, writes HSE chief Tony O’Brien

Iwas asked to talk last week about “our dysfunctional health service” at the MacGill Summer School. Of course, this is an assertion we hear made so often.

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