Repayments to the HSE

loner

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The Irish Examiner is reporting that a firm of chemists has repaid about 12 million euro to the HSE for fees incorrectly charged.
Would this money ever have been recovered had RTE Investigates not raised the matter on foot of information received
from a whistle blower.
The report also indicates that the HSE are now investigating other chemists.
The question is --How did the HSE allow this to happen?'
The bigger question.following all the controversies involving the HSE,in recent years--Is the HSE fit for purpose?.
I say NO.
 


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There needs to be more than just a refund of fees here.
If it can be shown that the claims were fraudulent, Gardaí should be sent for.
HSE side should be examined to see if there are inadequacies in their systems or failures by individuals involved.
 

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There needs to be more than just a refund of fees here.
If it can be shown that the claims were fraudulent, Gardaí should be sent for.
HSE side should be examined to see if there are inadequacies in their systems or failures by individuals involved.

I'd suggest the Gardai should investigate all sides in such a scenario....
 

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The HSE considers it fraud - which raises the question does repaying the monies put an end to the matter as far as the HSE is concerned or did they report this €12m fraud to the Gardai? I was reading in another article that there were concerns about phased dispensing charges.

HSE recoups
 

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Mick Noonan, et al, were very disturbed by the retrospective nature of the Apple ruling...in other words, if Ireland did something illegal, it just need be fixed for the future. By that logic, Lloyds could have kept the 12m and promised not to do it again
 

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Mick Noonan, et al, were very disturbed by the retrospective nature of the Apple ruling...in other words, if Ireland did something illegal, it just need be fixed for the future. By that logic, Lloyds could have kept the 12m and promised not to do it again
you sure they are concerned about fixing that in the future?
 

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The Irish Times are saying that when the issue was raised by them the HSE responded in writing to say that they considered it to be fraud,
Why then did they
not hand the matter over to the Gardai for investigation?
Is there more to this story that we are being told?
 

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The question is --How did the HSE allow this to happen?'

Because the HSE has no mangers.

What it has is a bunch of incompetent tossers called managers, paid as managers, strut around like managers, but who wouldn't manage their way out of a paper bag.
 

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The Irish Examiner is reporting that a firm of chemists has repaid about 12 million euro to the HSE for fees incorrectly charged.
Would this money ever have been recovered had RTE Investigates not raised the matter on foot of information received
from a whistle blower.
The report also indicates that the HSE are now investigating other chemists.
The question is --How did the HSE allow this to happen?'
The bigger question.following all the controversies involving the HSE,in recent years--Is the HSE fit for purpose?.
I say NO.
are you not confusing stories the Irish Times said they reported this first HSE targets four pharmacies over Lloyds-style overclaiming
 

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