New French minister sets five-year health spending limit plans
This article was originally published in Clinica
Eric Woerth, the new French minister for the budget, public accounts and public functions under Prime Minister Francois Fillon's government, has announced that the government is to restrict the annual increase in the healthcare insurance budget, known as the ONDAM, to 2% per year, in terms of volume over the next five years.
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