Dara Gantly continues his examination of our plans for universal health insurance (UHI), and why we need to re-embrace the Dutch model.
Dara Gantly examines whether the Government may have waved a white paper or white flag on the ideal of Universal Health Insurance.
Dara Gantly asks why we are still debating gagging clauses in doctors’ contracts
Dara Gantly examines the ongoing controversy surrounding the HPAT-Ireland test.
Dara Gantly examines a new survey on doctors’ attitude to reporting impaired or incompetent colleagues.
Dara Gantly fears the headlines to come if free GP care is brought in under the proposed draft GP contract.
While recent speculation on universal healthcare has focused on possible charges associated with ‘free’ GP care, debate has yet to start on defining the basket of services that will ultimately be offered, writes Dara Gantly.
Blink and you might have missed the consultation period for the most radical shake-up of general practice in 25 years, observes Dara Gantly.
Returning from 18 weeks parental leave, Dara Gantly finds that not much has changed in the world of Irish medicine, apart from the prospect of the most radical shake-up of general practice in a quarter of a century.