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An independent chairman is to be appointed to the consultative forum on health insurance in order to “effect real cost reductions” in the private health insurance market, Minister for Health James Reilly said last night.
The forum – made up of representatives from the main health insurance companies, the Health Insurance Authority and the Department of Health – was established last year
The coalition Government has embarked upon one of the most radical programmes of healthcare reform since the formation of the UK’s NHS in 1948. Our goal is clear. To dismantle Ireland’s unfair and inefficient two-tier model of healthcare and replace it with a comprehensive system of Universal Health Insurance (UHI), starting in 2016. We are seeking to deliver as much reform in five years as th
Insurer Aviva issued the warning after commissioning a report by UCD economist Colm McCarthy, which concluded that the combination of recession and unhelpful Government policy was threatening the future of the “fragile and contracting” private health insurance industry.
Mr McCarthy said this jeopardised the Government’s proposal for a system of universal health insurance, which is pencill
IT can cost you €1,300 more to insure your car, depending on which company you use.
A new survey by the National Consumer Agency shows that insurance prices for men and women are now equal after the European Union banned price discrimination – but premiums still vary enormously with different insurers.
And with one in four drivers still failing to shop around, that means thousands of dri
The Government will have to make a commitment on investing up to €200 million in the VHI within the next six weeks if it is to meet a deadline agreed with the European Commission of securing authorisation from the Central Bank by the end of the year, the State-owned health insurer has warned.
The Irish Times understands that VHI chairman Martin Sisk also told Minister for Health James Reilly
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