Results 141–160 of 7495 for speaker:Ross Finnie

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the most recent estimate is of the annual cost to the NHS of treating long-term conditions, also expressed as a percentage of NHS annual expenditure.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the most recent estimate is of the annual cost of hospital-based care for people with long-term conditions.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the most recent estimate is of the annual cost of community-based care for people with long-term conditions.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the most recent estimate is of the annual cost to the NHS of cardiovascular disease.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the cost to the NHS has been of hospital inpatient care for patients aged 60 and over in each year since 2000, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Complaints: NHS Complaints (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many complaints were made about the NHS in 2009-10, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Complaints: NHS Complaints (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many complaints were made about NHS hospital and community services in 2009-10, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Complaints: NHS Complaints (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many complaints were made about NHS 24 in 2009-10, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Complaints: NHS Complaints (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many complaints were made about NHS family health services in 2009-10, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Ambulance Service: Scottish Ambulance Service (29 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many complaints were made about the Scottish Ambulance Service in 2009-10, broken down by NHS board area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (27 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it plans to involve patients and carers in the procurement process for the purchasing of clotting factor products.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (27 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the £1.6 million of government funding for the Family Nurse Partnership pilot in Lothian covers the whole cost of the pilot or whether funding is also being provided by NHS Lothian or other partners.

Scottish Parliament: Emergency Question: Commonwealth Games (Delhi) (23 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: Notwithstanding the difficulties that have emerged and the urgent need to secure assurances, does the minister agree that to suggest or give the impression in any way that the organising committee in India is somehow the enemy is not conducive to securing a resolution or to the best interests of the games in Glasgow in 2014?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Renewable Energy: Renewable Energy (23 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the environmental effects outwith Scotland of a proposed development could be a material consideration in determining an application for development consent and what the reason is for its position on this matter.

Scottish Parliament: E-health (22 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: It was a tragedy that so few members were in the chamber when the Health and Sport Committee convener opened the debate. Not only did they miss a very skilful and succinct summary of a difficult and technical report, they missed a masterly exposition of the convener's knowledge and understanding of information technology. Those who heard the speech will not be surprised that Christine Grahame...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (22 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-29215 by Nicola Sturgeon on 1 December 2009 and in light of Lord Penrose’s statement that the inquiry’s terms of reference did not enable him to consider compensation, whether its position on the matter has changed and, if so, whether it will reconsider the issue once the inquiry has made its final recommendations.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (22 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has considered the cost of implementing the recommendations on compensation made by Lord Archer’s independent public inquiry on contaminated blood and blood products.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (22 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will consider implementing the recommendations on compensation made by Lord Archer’s independent public inquiry on contaminated blood and blood products.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Energy: Energy (21 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive, given the regulatory regime for carbon capture and storage (CCS), whether work is being undertaken to determine the potential future liabilities of the Scottish Government should consent be given for a new coal-fired power station and CCS turn out not to be technically feasible.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Older People (Care Funding) (16 Sep 2010)

Ross Finnie: Could the recommendations of the Arbuthnott review of Clyde valley local authorities form part of the solution to bridging the funding gap on care for the elderly?


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