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# ReillyCare

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Is Leo ditching universal health insurance altogether?
The Health Minister still wants universal healthcare but maybe not in the way James Reilly envisioned.
These are the 5 big problems doctors have with ReillyCare
The UHI model is based on a Dutch scheme, with even the government conceding it is an ambitious plan.
Banning smoking in cars, Reillycare and tensions in Ukraine
It’s the last day before the Easter break in the Dáil. But what have they got planned?
Government accused of targeting people with Down Syndrome in medical card removal
The issues were discussed at a Health Committee this morning.
'Appalling indignity': Government to revisit opening State redress scheme to Bethany Home survivors
Mary Lou McDonald said that the coalition has to date “flatly and coldly refused the Bethany survivors the dignity of recognition”.
Universal Health Insurance model comes under further criticism by health workers
The White paper published today has been slammed by GPs, mental health groups and the IMPACT trade union.
GPs say they were not 'adequately consulted' on Universal Health Insurance paper
The Irish College of General Practitioners say they are in favour of equity of access but the costs need to be known.
How much will Universal Health Insurance cost you?
Minister Reilly said he doesn’t know but if we’d implemented it last year, it would have cost less than €920 on average.
Insurance for all and state subsidies: Universal Health Insurance paper published
The Taoiseach says the plan is a delivery on a promise of change.