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Fianna Fáil TD for Cork North West, Michael Moynihan has claimed that Section 39 health organisations, such as St. Joseph’s Foundation in Charleville, are being gouged by insurance companies following a decision of the State Claims Agency to indemnify Section 38 heath service providers. Deputy Moynihan made the comments after raising the issue with the Taoiseach in the Dáil. “St. Joseph’s has seen its insurance bill rise from €165,000 to €500,000, a full 265% increase in just one year. “It’s clear to me that the insurance companies have decided to maintain their profit margins by gouging on Section 39 organisations. “The decision of the State Claims Agency to provide indemnity to Section 38s, such as voluntary hospitals, and to leave Section 39s out, has put major pressure on organisations such as St. Joseph’s Foundation. “This rise in premiums will jeopardise the … [Read More...] about Section 39 health organisations being gouged upon by insurance companies
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