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# Healthcare Reform

This year
Health officials intend to allow pharmacies assess and treat patients with minor ailments
The proposal has been welcomed by the President of the Irish Pharmacy Union.
All time
Sláintecare council members express ‘shock, regret and concern’ over resignations
The council members said they were seeking answers from the Minister for Health.
Do you have what it takes to reform the Irish health service? You can apply for this job
The government needs someone to drive the 10-year plan to transform how healthcare is delivered in Ireland.
'We learned about loyalty': Trump blames Democrats after humbling healthcare defeat
“I think I made a mistake, but that’s okay,” Trump told the Washington Post.
Column: A national debate is needed on healthcare reform
We need to talk about which model of Universal Health Insurance will deliver the best healthcare outcomes while making the most best use of limited resources, writes Patrick Nulty.
Downsizing of small hospitals 'not yet agreed', says Reilly
The Health Minister insisted plans to reduce services at regional hospitals are still “being discussed”.
Obama’s healthcare plan set for first federal appeal
A three-judge panel will hear arguments on whether to overturn a ruling which found ‘Obamacare’ to be unconstitutional.