The Health Minister Warns….Under-funding, staffing issues and growing demand on service could potentially lead to a crisis in the island’s community health services.
That’s the conclusion of the latest annual report by the Health Services Consultative Committee.
The HSCC was established in 2004, under the National Health Service Act 2001, with the remit to provide independent scrutiny of the island’s health services.
It reports, which outlines the work of the committee between April 1 2015 and March 31 2016, includes reports on 12 key areas – such as quality improvement and patient voice – as well as a list of 17 recommendations.
For many months we have been in receipt of phone calls, emails and messages from assessment candidates who believe they have been unfairly treated and reported on which is indifference to GP and medical reports.
LibVan have been instrumental in informing Treaury of these differences and we are pleased to hear that the services of Dependability have now been terminated
Department ministers complaining about the TT promotions contract had ample time to review it before supporting it in the Council of Ministers – and Tynwald.That’s the stern message from South Douglas MHK Kate Beecroft – who opposed the motion to hand a 10-year contract to Vision Nine.
Government has taken back control of the 2017 TT and Classic TT events.
Share profit only tells part of the story
South Douglas MHK Kate Beecroft says the money being made from government’s shares in Pinewood only tells part of the story.
She’s been commenting after it was announced the film studio is to be bought by an American investment firm for around £320 million.