The Health Reform Alliance’s ‘Future of Healthcare – Policy Forum’ will take place on Thursday, 29th June from 10am to 12.30pm in the Woodquay Venue, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8.
The Committee on the Future of Healthcare which was established by the Dáil in 2016 with a remit to achieve cross-Party consensus on a single long-term vision of healthcare and health policy in Ireland, published its Sláintecare Report at the end of May. The report sets out a number of recommendations and proposals that will radically change the face of health and social care in the next ten years.
To coincide with the Report’s publication, the Health Reform Alliance will host a policy forum on the report and what it will mean for the future of health and social care in Ireland, if implemented.
The Policy Forum will bring together policy experts, clinicians, representatives from civil society and members of the media with elected representatives who were involved in the development of the Committee’s report. Committee Chair, Róisín Shortall TD, will deliver the keynote address.
It will be an opportunity to have a forward-thinking, challenging and positive discussion about the potential application and implementation of the Report.
If you’d like to attend, please register here.
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