HIPE does not reflect private work — UL consultants

By Paul Mulholland | September 11, 2019

Consultants in University of Limerick (UL) Hospitals Group have said Hospital Inpatient Inquiry (HIPE) data is not a correct reflection of claims they have made for treating patients with private health insurance, the Medical Independent (MI) can report. The issue was discussed in a HSE document outlining the new consultant compliance framework…

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