HSE risk committee concerned about potential funding cuts

By Paul Mulholland | June 19, 2019

The HSE’s risk committee has expressed serious concern about potential risks associated with under-investment in capital funding in equipment and the maintenance of premises as a result of the overspend on the national children’s hospital project, the Medical Independent (MI) can report. The concerns were outlined in an introductory letter to the…

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