Conference on Planning for the Future Irish healthcare System

May 31, 2018 8:30AM - 12:45PM

Slides from this conference are now available:

Session 1 – Projections: Population and healthcare demand

Session 2 – Planning for the future

 

Speakers will present the first results from the Hippocrates projection model of healthcare demand and examine how best to plan for the future Irish healthcare system. Simon Harris, TD, Minister for Health, will open the half-day conference.

 

Programme

8.30:       Registration and tea/coffee

9.00:       Welcome – Alan Barrett, Director, ESRI

9.10:       Opening Address – To be confirmed.

 

Session 1 – Projections: Population and healthcare demand

Chair:       Jim Breslin, Secretary-General, Department of Health

09.30:       Projecting demand for Irish healthcare. Maev-Ann Wren (ESRI), Adele Bergin (ESRI), Brendan Walsh (ESRI) and Conor Keegan

10.15:       Discussion

10.50:       Tea/coffee

 

Session 2 – Planning for the future

Chair:       John Connaghan, Director-General, HSE

11.15:       Exploring the impacts of proposed system change. Brendan Walsh (ESRI), Sheelah Connolly (ESRI)

11.45:       Discussion

 

Session 3 – Panel Discussion
Chair:       Muiris O’Connor, Assistant Secretary, Department of Health

12.00:       Panel discussion regarding planning for the future Irish healthcare system. Steve Thomas (TCD), Phil Ni Sheaghdha (INMO), Colm Henry (HSE), Susan Smith (RCSI)

12.25:       Discussion

12.45:       Conference close

 


 

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Photo Gallery: Planning for the Future Irish Healthcare System

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