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The reform of the tariffs of the medical interim in suspense


The ceiling risks worsening the shortage of practitioners in hospitals in the midst of a health crisis.

While the fifth wave of the Covid epidemic is gaining momentum and could once again put hospitals under pressure, the context risks once again delaying the application of the Rist law, aimed at regulating the practices of medical interim .

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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 emergencies, their operating theaters or their maternity ward.

Although decided to moralize these practices, the executive has already had to postpone for the first time, from the end of October to the beginning of 2022, "

the strict application

" of the law.

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This provides for capping the remuneration of temporary doctors and reporting any breach to the administrative court: the maximum gross salary for a twenty-four-hour working day has thus been set at 1170.04 euros gross maximum, or approximately 900 euros. net.

But, in great demand to fill the shortages

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Source: lefigaro

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