The Irish Competition Authority imposes interim measures on a national medical association (The Irish Medical Organization)

On May 28, 2014 the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) provided an undertaking to the Irish High Court that the Medical Association would not: organise or recommend the collective withdrawal of services or boycotts by its members (i) as a means of influencing the Minister for Health and/or the HSE [Health Services Executive] and/or any third party appointed by the Minister in determining either the fees to be paid to GPs for the provision of publicly funded GP health services or the other terms and conditions under which such services are to be provided, or (ii) in response to the terms that are offered from time to time by the Minister to GPs in respect of

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Bruce Wardhaugh, The Irish Competition Authority imposes interim measures on a national medical association (The Irish Medical Organization), 28 May 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2014, Art. N° 67462

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