front line of the epidemic, the hospital staff waits on a firm footing to kick off, this Monday, the "Ségur health" that must draw the lessons from the crisis and rebuilding the health system. The objective is to translate into reality the promise made by Emmanuel Macron, at the end of march, at the height of the epidemic, "a plan of massive investment and upgrading of the entire careers will be, at the end of this crisis, constructed for the hospital."
Rising wages, a revamped working time, revision of the governance of the hospitals... "We go fast, we go strong," promised the minister of Health, Olivier Véran, who will speak in video-conference, from 15: 30, with some 300 trade union officials, and representatives of the collective of caregivers, post a message in the chapeau of the prime minister, Édouard Philippe. Discussions, coordinated by the former secretary general of the CFDT, Nicole Notat, will last seven weeks. They will take the form of "working groups" and "sharing experience" on the Covid-19, according to the ministry. The goal is to "draw conclusions" consultations "at the latest in mid-July," said Olivier Véran, who said they want to sign some of the measures adopted in the budget 2021 of the social Security, presented at the end of September.see also : public Hospital: "The Covid serves as the magnifying glass on the flaws of our system"
At the heart of expectations? The salary of the staff in hospitals, and particularly nurses, but also interns and hospital doctors. Another key issue: the organization of working time, so that the 35 hours are since two decades a source of recurrent tension in hospitals. The remuneration is the "emergency", insists the president of the Fédération hospitalière de France FHF), Frédéric Valletoux, which calls for a true "New deal" of the hospital.Mobilisation on the 16th of June
"dibs, dibs for the public hospital!", chanting of protesters gathered Thursday in front of the hospital Robert Debré in Paris. After several plans - the latter, called "My health 2022", which was adopted in... July 2019, which have not calmed the dissatisfaction of caregivers, the unions remain wary. "If everything must be finalised by 15 July, the margins of maneuver will be very limited for the negotiation", is concerned already Didier Birig, secretary general of FO Health, social, pointing to the risk of a "simple consultation". A dozen trade union organisations or professional calls for the mobilisation on the 16th of June.see also : The caregivers want more than premiums and medals
the question Remains, who is going to pay, while the social Security deficit is expected to exceed 40 billion euros this year, without hope of return in the green before 2033. No other solution so as to put the French contribution, according to economist François Ecalle. "To avoid an increase in mandatory levies that would hamper the recovery of the activity, he should reduce the share of social Security in the financing of health spending" and "increase the proportion paid directly by households, which in France is the lowest in the european Union", avance-t-il. While putting in place a "health shield" to protect the more modest. Suffice to say that the way to find them is narrow...The editorial team conseilleHôpital public: "we need immediate measures to ensure that the dam does not yield"hospitals: public-private, the time of comptesHôpital public: the idea of a new status mid-way through the privéSujetsOlivier VéranSégurHôpitalCoronavirusSanté2 commentairesclaude NOELle 24/05/2020 17:36
Grenelle " for 2020 !!! a
In 1968 it was 10 %
I think that given the quality of those Responsible for this will be + 25 !!!!
Not serious the economy is strong !!!