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# HSE

Last year
2023
HSE apologies: Advocates call for 'change of culture' to stop long court battles for families
HSE to launch survey to measure prevalence of long Covid in Ireland
Covid Tracker app expected to be 'decommissioned' by this summer
HSE and UHL apologise to woman who gave birth to stillborn baby 16 years ago
HSE bought 10 times more ventilators than necessary, hundreds of which were unusable
HSE ‘unreservedly apologises’ to family whose son was killed by man with psychiatric condition
New endometriosis treatment plan to include faster treatment times and two specialist centres
Drug decriminalisation policy 'could help with criminal and social issues', Irish report finds
More than a dozen people hospitalised from cannabis edibles in recent months
Three children hospitalised after eating suspected cannabis jellies
Nursing home staff question ethics of relying on large nutrition firms to assess residents
Tusla to begin contacting 20,000 people whose data was compromised during HSE cyber-attack
'It's a win for transparency': HSE release list of disability equipment covered by medical card
Six-month-old babies will be eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine from next week
HSE chief concedes some children are still waiting too long to access mental health services
25-year-old Cork woman settles birth injuries case for total of €35.2 million
HSE reviewing circumstances around death of woman (87) who went missing after leaving hospital
Parents criticise 'contradictory' HSE denials over disability equipment funding
Families of nursing home residents being charged for 'incontinence wear, bandages and therapy'
‘Real arms race’ between cyber attackers and defending Irish health system, Committee hears
Fears over colon cancer waiting lists as doctors face 'race against time' to diagnose patients
Health minister asks department and HSE to review current approach to Cariban reimbursement
Government to establish group to examine the rising cost of health-related legal claims
Fórsa backs indefinite strike action in community and voluntary sector agencies
Judge welcomes resolution of number of actions brought against HSE over assessment of children with special needs
HSE not at 'starting line' in developing digital health record
Donnelly says recruitment of youth mental health director will bring 'consistency' to CAMHS
Plan to abolish public hospital charges to come before Cabinet later
HSE carrying out review of children in CAMHS services who did not receive follow-up care
CAMHS report raises serious concerns about children on medication not getting follow-up care
'It gave peace and dignity': Campaigners press their case to reopen Tipperary hospice
Ireland has passed the peak of this year’s 'severe' flu season, according to the CMO
HSE advised to screen newborns for rare, life threatening condition by HIQA
HSE urges public to get second booster shot as vaccine uptake lags
HSE boss: Flu, RSV and Covid figures at levels above Govt's 'most pessimistic modelling' for winter
Healthcare services situation ‘matching or exceeding most pessimistic model’, HSE boss says
Slow rollout of eating disorder services 'destroying lives'
Tánaiste says governance and management issues within overall HSE need evaluation
Consultants warn of stark impacts for patients due to 'avoidable delays' in health system
Surge in viruses seen in the Mid-West as some people contract more than one virus