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Waiting list hike highlights another Reilly failure - FF

Fianna Fáil's spokesperson on Mental Health Colm Keaveney says the continued increase in outpatient waiting lists is further proof that James Reilly is failing patients. Deputy Keaveney was responding to new figures which show that almost 339,000 ... Noodls, 1 month ago
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Healthcare plan will make water charge look modest

Comments The figure is based on former Health Minister James Reilly's "optimistic" estimate that the basic package under a universal healthcare insurance system cost EUR900 person,
 Big News Network6 days ago Healthcare plan 'will make water charge look modest'  Irish Independent6 days ago
Irish Independent

Reilly won't be taking crucial health policies to his new job

CHILDREN'S Minister James Reilly will only have a minor role working with the Department of Health on policies aimed at tackling obesity and cigarettes, the Irish Independent has learned. Dr Reilly won't have direct responsibility for public health ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago Hopeful pay disparity will disappear  Irish Medical Times1 week ago New rating to spur people to take out policies younger  Irish Medical Times2 weeks ago Lifetime Community Rating introduced  Irish Medical News3 weeks ago
Irish Times

Greater childcare cohesion needed, says Reilly

Minister for Children James Reilly has said we must learn from the four reports published earlier this week into the deaths of young people who were either in State care or known to social services. In his first appearance in his new ministerial ...
 Irish Times1 week ago Doctors say cutbacks are putting lives at risk  Irish Examiner5 days ago Varadkar and Reilly tussle over public health portfolio  Irish Times1 week ago Questions Remain Over Reilly Role On Public Health Issues  Checkout1 week ago
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€80m on HSE finances a 'good investment' - Reilly

The report was published on the HSE's website The Health Minister has said that spending €80 million over ten years to improve the finance systems in the HSE would be an extraordinarily good investment. Minister James Reilly said there was a ...
 RTE Online1 month ago HSE report on CKST mental health services  RTE Online1 week ago New system to manage HSE finances is a priority, Reilly says  Irish Times1 month ago Financial software at HSE in need of overhaul: Reilly  Irish Examiner1 month ago
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Ex-councillors appointed to State boards

James Reilly's last appointment as minister for health was of a former Labour councillor and constituency rival in north Dublin. Dr Reilly appointed Ciarán Byrne, who lost his seat on Fingal County Council in May, to the board of the Food Safety ...
 Irish Times1 week ago Minister regrets hospital chairman's failure to disclose shareholding  Irish Times1 month ago Minister Reilly tries to play down conflict of interest of his appointee Ó Caoláin  Sinn Fein1 month ago James Reilly should not oversee review of maternity services appointment Adams  TheJournal.ie1 month ago

Department heads to discuss health changes

James Reilly said there were elements of public health which specifically affect children The Secretaries General of the Department of Health and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs are to meet to discuss the most appropriate parts of ...
 RTE Online2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Reilly calls TDs in last-ditch bid to save his job before reshuffle

James Reilly has launched a desperate, last-ditch attempt to be kept on in the Department of Health ahead of tomorrow's Cabinet reshuffle. The embattled minister was last night ridiculed by Fine Gael backbenchers, many of whom he has phoned in ...
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago Medical need a non-runner for cards  Irish Examiner1 week ago Kelleher welcomes Govt U-Turn on medical cards  Noodls1 week ago Health Minister James Reilly drums up support from backbenchers as he clings to Cabinet job  Irish Mirror3 weeks ago
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TheJournal.ie

James Reilly wants cigarettes to cost €1 each

HEALTH MINISTER JAMES Reilly wants to see an increase in the price of cigarettes every year for the next five years so that people think long and hard before they drag long and hard. Reilly said today that he would continue to fight the scourge of ...
 TheJournal.ie4 weeks ago Call for cigarettes to be priced at €1 each  Tobacco Reporter1 month ago Ian O'Doherty: €20 for cigarettes pack a 'jaw droppingly asinine' plan  Irish Independent1 month ago Reilly seeks to double price of cigarettes  Irish Independent1 month ago
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Richard Bruton and 
Simon Coveney linked with Health job

RICHARD Bruton and Simon Coveney are now being linked with the dreaded Health Minister's job when Dr James Reilly gets dumped
 Irish Independent1 month ago Hospital pass: Richard and 
Simon linked with Health job  Irish Independent1 month ago Does Richard Bruton want James Reilly's job?*  TheJournal.ie1 month ago Bruton wants to stay in jobs portfolio  TheJournal.ie3 weeks ago
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