Shortall, Róisín

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 739 No. 4

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Order of Business

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 22 be agreed to.”
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Order of Business (Resumed)

Question put: “That the Dáil on its rising today shall adjourn until 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 14 September 2011.”
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International Agreements: Motions

Question put.
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Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2011: Report and Final Stages

Question put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand.”
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Environment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2011: Report and Final Stages

Amendment put.
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Written Answers - Medical Cards

Under the Health Act 2008, a simplified system of assessment for eligibility was introduced in respect of persons aged 70 or over, based on significantly higher gross income thresholds rather than the...More Button

Written Answers - Long-Term Illness Scheme

There are no plans to extend the list of conditions covered by the Long-Term Illness Scheme. However, the terms of the scheme will be reviewed in the context of the Government’s proposals for Univers...More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards

The Health Service Executive has centralised the processing of all new applications and renewals of medical cards at the Primary Care Reimbursement Service (PCRS) in Finglas, Dublin with effect from 1...More Button

Written Answers - Health Services

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards

EU Regulations 1408/71 and 883/04 on the coordination of social security systems provide for and support the movement of people within the EU, EEA and Switzerland. With regard to health care the prin...More Button

Written Answers - Generic Medicines

I propose to take Questions Nos. 663 to 669, inclusive, and 709 together. Expenditure by the HSE on prescribed medicines and other prescribed items amounted to over €2,263 million in 2009. This includ...More Button

Written Answers - Pharmacy Services

A number of studies have estimated the prevalence and cost of potentially inappropriate prescribing for different groups of patients. However, there is no overall estimate of the cost of potentially i...More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

I understand that the Health Service Executive has issued details of dedicated contact details and an online query system to each Oireachtas Member to facilitate their accessing up-to-date information...More Button

Written Answers - General Practitioner Services

The HSE’s Primary Care Reimbursement Service (PCRS) supports the delivery of primary health care by providing reimbursement services to Primary Care contractors (General Practitioners, Pharmacists, De...More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

Written Answers - General Medical Service

Fees and allowances paid to General Practitioners (GPs) under the General Medical Services Scheme, the Maternity and Infant Care Scheme, the Health (Amendment) Act 1996 (Hepatitis C patients) and the ...More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

Written Answers - Health Services

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards

As this is a service matter it has been referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.More Button

Written Answers - Drug-Related Deaths

I propose to answer Questions Nos. 716 and 717 together. The Health Research Board periodically publishes Indices of drug-related deaths. This information is collated from four primary sources — the ...More Button


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