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According to Enda Kenny, the HSE is a “bloated, bureaucratic, administrative monster”. Hear, hear. A pity I don’t hear anyone arguing that this €14 billion monster should be slain.
Written by Graham
March 12, 2008 at 6:59 pm
Posted in health, politics
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who votes FIANNA FAIL(fale?) votes HSE,ok?, and to sort the whole mess out we can use RETRAIN before SLAIN.so i nominate fianna fail voters to lobby mary harney for progressive change.i don’t blame mary harney for the mess, i blame the people who put her there.all unaccountabe?? come on people!
March 12, 2008 at 8:25 pm
It amazes me how quick people are torush to judgement about the HSE. It an organisation with over 100,000 people and people expect it to be perfect. It will take many years and a series of redundancy agreements before we see a more streamlined organisation.
The HSE is delivering a good service to many millions per year. Is there room for improvement yes of course there is. Do we want to go back to the era where penny pinching grubby local councillors decide where resources are allocated?
Problems with the Health Service have existed for the last 50 years plus.
The system needed radical change thats what we are getting now, but lets be realistic it could take another 5-10 years.
March 13, 2008 at 4:51 pm
Hi Barry, thanks for the comment!
You make some excellent points, and I didn’t say in my post what kind of alternative I’d like to see in place. For whatever it’s worth, I have no reason to believe the Irish government’s pre-HSE attempts to provide healthcare were any better.
March 14, 2008 at 2:52 pm
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