Slaintecare – wikipedia

Regional Health Boards were abolished in 2005 and the HSE was born.  It has been a disaster and Slaintcare was to see the re-establishement of the regional boards.


Slaintecare – the new layer of bureaucracy – 7 Oct 2021


Covid in Ireland: Restructuring health system during pandemic a bad idea, Donnelly told – In the same hearing Stephen Donnelly said “Of course there would be resistance!” – 7 Oct 2021

Consultant claims Slaintecare is a ‘busted flush’ – 1 Oct 2021

Further blow for Slaintecare as programme hit with another resignation – 30 Sept 2021

‘Nobody likes criticism’ – Sláintecare member on Minister Donnelly’s decision to wind down advisory council – 27 Sept 2021

Slaintecare, a charter of solidarity with the proletariat, will continue as a brand, but as government policy it is now fake news. – Comically misunderstanding where power lies, and how it is exercised, Slaintecare was set up to fail. The resignations of Laura Magahy as executive director and Professor Tom Keane as chairman of the Slaintecare implementation advisory council, both in protest at the lack of progress, finally prove that reality. – 26 Sept 2021

Where does the buck stop with Slaintecare? – Smith – Deputy Smith said there are serious questions of commitment and judgement of this Government when it comes to ending a two tier health system. – 23 Sept 2021

Are the government committed to Slaintecare ? – 22 Sept 2021

What’s going on with the government’s Sláintecare plan for the health service? -10 Sept 2021

Two top officials behind Slaintecare have left the programme – 8 Sept 2021

Future of Healthcare Committee publishes Sláintecare – a plan to radically transform Irish healthcare – 30 May 2017

Harris says HSE can’t continue in its current form and announces return of six regional healthcare areas – 17 July 2019

Regional Health Boards Abolished

The long history of reforming the Irish health system

Abolition of the health boards is crucial to reform plan – 19 June 2003

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