Latest Healthcare in the Republic of Ireland Stories

2010-07-16 05:50:00

RICHMOND, Va., July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Virginia Health Information (VHI) publishes hospital patient satisfaction ratings at www.vhi.org. This new report provides patients' views of hospital conditions, care received and how they felt about the doctors and nurses taking care of them.

2009-12-11 08:43:00

RICHMOND, Va., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Virginia Health Information (VHI) released its 2009 Industry Report: Virginia Hospitals and Nursing Facilities, which identifies the most efficient and productive hospitals, nursing facilities and other health care providers.

2009-04-09 14:12:45

Opposition leaders in Britain said government overpayments to Ireland for healthcare expenses amounted to $1 billion and needed immediate redress. The overpayment was made as part of a 40-year-old arrangement for Britain to cover some healthcare costs for Irish pensioners who had spent part of their

2009-02-03 06:00:00

RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Virginia hospitals reduced overall death rates of patients hospitalized for medical and surgical heart (cardiac) care. Hospital readmission rates for heart patients also dropped.

2008-11-07 09:00:25

Hibernian Group, a multi-line insurer in Ireland and owned by Aviva, has appointed Jim Dowdall as managing director of Hibernian Health, subject to the necessary regulatory approvals.

2008-08-27 12:01:00

Global Entertainment Acquisition Corporation (PINKSHEETS: GEAC) announced today that its music division chief and lead songwriter and producer Del has written and produced the theme song for VHI's new hit reality series starring Luke Skywalker, the former lead singer of controversial rap group 2 Live Crew.

2004-11-25 03:00:15

A Government backbencher has welcomed the "passing" of the health boards, which she described as the "most coveted of all the spoils" for politicians elected to local councils.

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