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Why health insurance is a must for your family

In Ireland, we are fortunate to have access to a public health system that treats children if they get sick.

Local public hospitals owed €23m

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University and Merlin Park hospitals are owed more than €23 million from private health insurers. And most hospital consultants are offenders and are costing the health authority millions by failing to sign off on these claims, according to one local politician.

Hospitals’ finance department targets tardy consultants who delay signing off private health insurance claims

Hospital consultants who fail to sign off private health insurance claims promptly are being “actively followed” by Saolta University Health Care Group’s finance department to ensure the cash strapped health service is not missing out on millions of euros in vital income.

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Confused about health insurance? Let Hennelly Finance help you

Every day of the week, we open the newspaper or turn on the radio and hear extensive debate about private health insurance.

Free financial review from Allied Financial

Reviewing your financial commitments is a quick and easy way to ensure you are getting the best value for your money while getting the cover you need. We at Allied Financial offer a comprehensive review without obligation on all of your financial commitments and best of all it is free of charge. Here are some of our top tips for 2014 for your financial health.

Local hospital group faces €24m shortfall

The West North West Hospitals Group is facing an expected budget deficit of €24.3 million by the end of this year.

Galway families face surge in health insurance costs warns Kitt

Galway families could see their health insurance soar by a further 30 per cent under new legislation being introduced by the Health Minister James Reilly.

O’Mahony criticises maternity benefit charges for men by health insurers

Private health insurers are charging men for maternity benefit even though they know that men will never avail of the benefits. The policy is unfair according to Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony who has asked the Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly to request the Competition Authority to look into the matter.

Consultant costs hospital €318,000 by not signing off on claims, alleges health forum chief

A consultant at University Hospital Galway is costing the facility hundreds of thousands by failing to sign off private health insurance claims promptly.


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