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Remuneration of the interim in the hospital: the Hospital Federation of France calls for "a clear timetable"


The Hospital Federation of France calls for "a clear timetable" for the application of the reform governing the rates of medical interim that the ...

The French Hospital Federation is calling for "

a clear timetable

" for the application of the reform governing the rates of medical interim that the government has postponed until next year, due to staff shortages at the hospital.

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We are raising the alarm. We say yes to a two-step application, but for that, a clear timetable must be announced, as well as strong measures to moralize the interim,

”said the FHF in a column published on the website of the newspaper Liberation.


It is high time to call to order the blackmailers of the public hospital

", she adds, asking for the drafting of "

a charter of moralization

" associating "

all the actors concerned, temporary companies , National Council of the Order of Physicians and Hospital Federations

”. "

For any suspicion of abuse, the Directorate General for Competition, Consumption and Fraud Control (DGCCRF) should be systematically seized

", continues the FHF.

The government announced Thursday that it was postponing "

strict application

" of the reform. The control "

of compliance with the regulatory ceiling

" will take place "as

soon as possible in 2022

". The decision was taken in view of "

the current context with in particular a health and hospital situation marked by months of mobilization to fight against Covid

". A new law promulgated at the end of April provided for the control of the medical interim with on the one hand "

the rejection of a payment beyond the regulatory ceiling

" and the reporting of cases to the administrative court, all from October 27.

Thriving on the shortage of doctors, the medical interim has become the bête noire of the government, which is struggling to regulate the astronomical prices that some hospitals agree to pay so as not to close their emergency rooms, their operating theaters or their maternity ward.

The maximum gross salary for a 24-hour working day has thus been set at 1,170.04 euros since 2020.

Source: lefigaro

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