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# sláintecare

Last year
Over 1,000 hospital consultants sign up to new public-only contract
Sinn Féin's new healthcare plan promises an ‘Irish NHS’ within two terms of government
HSE to be split into six new health regions next year as part of long-awaited reforms
In-patient fees for public hospitals scrapped from today
Nursing home charges: Legal strategy was 'never challenged' by politicians, says top civil servant
All time
New Sláintecare Consultant Contract will 'reduce waiting times' and 'maximise capacity in hospitals'
Fianna Fáil TD calls for Robert Watt to be made boss of the HSE and the Dept of Health
Working conditions for non-consultant hospital doctors must change, senior civil servant says
The Explainer: What is Sláintecare and how does it aim to reform Ireland’s health system?
Explainer: What exactly is Sláintecare? And is it working?
Government approves creation of new Regional Health Areas as part of Sláintecare reforms
Deferrals caused by Covid will increase hospital waiting lists this year, says Health Sec Gen
Three elective hospitals to be developed in Cork, Galway and Dublin to help tackle waiting lists
Dr Anthony O'Connor: Govt needs to admit if public-private partnerships are now the model for healthcare
Dr Anthony O'Connor
Professor Ronán Collins: Why do we put up with the state of our hospitals?
Professor Rónán Collins
Health Minister Donnelly wants new Sláintecare consultants contract agreed ‘within weeks’
No ‘vast conspiracy’ to delay Sláintecare, committee told
Government still committed to Slaintecare, says Cabinet minister
Another blow for Sláintecare as Dr Anthony O'Connor resigns from council
Sláintecare Council to meet Donnelly for first time since resignations
What's going on with the government's Sláintecare plan for the health service?
Sláintecare council members express ‘shock, regret and concern’ over resignations
Opposition TDs call on Health Minister to explain Sláintecare resignations
One of the top officials leading Sláintecare has quit
HSE consultants will be offered €250k wage if they focus 100% on public work and drop private practice
Health changes: Drug payment scheme reduced and medical card threshold for over-70s increased
Consultants say removing private care from public hospitals is ignoring 'the elephant in the room'
Harris says HSE can't continue in its current form and announces return of six regional healthcare areas
New HSE board meets for the first time
Minister for Health to investigate reports of private entrance to National Children's Hospital
TV presenter Brendan Courtney appointed to Sláintecare implementation council
Patients to be told how long they'll spend on a waiting list under new 'guarantee' scheme
Doctors say emergency departments are 'death zones' due to overcrowding
Woman who led Temple Bar's 1990s revival chosen to lead Irish healthcare's transformation
Do you have what it takes to reform the Irish health service? You can apply for this job
'A watershed moment': TDs have come up with a plan to radically change the healthcare system