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national | consumer issues | press release Tuesday October 07, 2014 15:16 by AIMS Ireland - Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services Ireland
Appropriate Maternity Care could save Exchequer 18.6 million per annum.
The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services Ireland (AIMS Ireland) are demanding an immediate response from the Government in budget 2015 on calls for a review into patient safety and appropriate care models in Irish maternity services.
AIMS Ireland's calls follow fresh reports following the judgment of medical misadventure into the death of Dhara Kivlehan, the approaching inquest into the death of Sally Rowlette, investigations into the death of a baby in Mullingar, and failures by the HSE to provide appropriate care solutions and clinical care to 25 women following the removal of indemnity of Philomena Canning.