Health care: What measures for the hospital, after the health crisis?

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Launched on May 25 by the Ministry of Health, the “Ségur de la santé”, a major concertation with the nursing professions, aims to reshape the French public hospital after the coronavirus crisis.

Nurses, nursing assistants and other professionals of the hospital hope to see their wages upgraded and remain mobilized. The caregivers’ demands also concern, among other things, the increase in hospital reception capacities, while nearly 17,500 night beds were closed between 2013 and 2019 (80% of which were in the public hospital), and the end of activity pricing. Initial announcements have already been made public, but full decisions are still awaited. What assessment can we already make of this Ségur de la santé? What can we learn from the negotiations, which were tense? What progress for the public hospital of tomorrow?

· Dr François Salachas, neurologist, head of a Charcot disease management unit at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in Paris, representative ofInter-Hospital Collective whose objective is to defend the public hospital

· By Frédéric Adnet, head of the Emergency DepartmentAvicenna hospital in Bobigny and medical director of the SAMU of Seine-Saint-Denis

· Pr emmanuel rusch, public health doctor, University professor atUFR of Medicine at the University of Tours, responsible for Department of medical information at CHU de Tours, president of the French Society of Public Health

· France, nurse at Mulhouse hospital



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