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While the campaign to stop any cuts for pensions proved successful in the four year recovery plan, Age Action has expressed its disappointment that the Government has ‘agreed to freeze the rate of the State pension until 2015, as part of the bailout deal it has reached with the IMF and the EU’.
The HSE West should consider imposing financial penalties on hospital consultants who delay signing off private health insurance claims, a member of the health authority’s regional health forum said this week.
Kilkenny Carers on the Half Rate Carers Allowance work for 96 cent per hour. At its recent pre-budget briefing in Dáil Éireann for Minister’s, TD’s and Senators, The Carers Association implored Government not to introduce further cuts to vital social welfare payments for Kilkenny carers in Budget 2011.
Closure of St Francis’ home another stage in Minister Harney’s ‘journey towards public service devastation’ claims activist
A local community activist has slammed the closure of St Francis Public Nursing Home in Upper Newcastle as a residential facility saying the decision represents another stage in what he terms Health Minister Mary Harney’s “long journey towards public service devastation”.
The devil was in the detail as the HSE finally disclosed its cutback plans for Mayo General Hospital this week, which will include cuts in staff numbers through “moratoriums and natural staff turnovers”, reduced working hours for temporary staff (amounting to 7,000 working hours every week off the rosters of 400 temporary staff throughout the region), bed closures to be achieved through essential-only admissions to hospital with day assessment prioritised and direct cuts on elective surgery that will directly impact on patient waiting times.
A survey investigating the nation’s health habits carried out by Aviva’s Health division has shown some mixed results from Mayo respondents.
The Bagenalstown man and his wife who were awarded US$18m (€11.3m) in a punitive damages settlement in the US last month may never see the money.
Consumers could be better off by more than €900, including up to €400 cashback, by simply switching their health insurance and other policies to Hibernian Aviva before February 28 2009.
The Bagenalstown man and his wife who were awarded $18m (€11.3m) in a punitive damages settlement in the US this summer may now never see the money.
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