Tallaght team wins top award
New CUH CF Unit
St. Francis Hospice Excellence Award
Civil servants afraid to admit where they work
Aut Even Chief Executive
New Chief Executive RCSI Group
HSE National Directors
Northern Ireland Healthcare Conference
Head of Institute
Happy With Tallaght Experience
National Forensic Mental Health Hospital
Managers' views sought on EHR priorities
Managing care for over 3.66 million
Helping vulnerable people take their own decisions
Changing BCG vaccination programme
Jigsaw comes to Limerick
Over 157,000 visits to HSE site
Guidelines for health managers
The National LightHouse Projects
National Physical Activity Plan
No change of policy on safety package
Smoking interventions assessed
Nua Healthcare Expansion
The 2016 HSE National Service Plan has provided €12,987 million for the delivery of health and social care services in 2016. Of this, €2,928.5 million was available immediately with a further €58.5m becoming available during 2016 once specific implementation plans have been agreed with the Department of Health, according to Health Minister, Leo Varadkar.
A total of 459,487 patients were waiting for hospital diagnosis and treatment at the end of December 2015, according to the latest figures published by the Department of Health. Maureen Browne reports.
The HSE wants to change the notion that all roads lead to hospital emergency departments and to let people know that there are alternatives for patients who might otherwise find themselves waiting for long period in EDs, Mr. John Hennessy, HSE National Director Primary Care told the HMI Dublin Mid Leinster Regional Forum in the Dublin Dental Hospital last week. Maureen Browne reports.
A number of areas have been selected to be pioneer areas to test new models of care for older persons and chronic diseases. These areas will align with existing improvement initiatives, writes Dr. Aine Carroll, National Director of the Clinical Strategy and Programmes Division (CSPD) of the HSE.
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