why the Court of Auditors remains doubtful

Nearly a year after its complete implementation, the reform of 100% Health (ex-rest at zero charge) is the subject of an initial assessment by the Court of Auditors. According to her, the balance sheet is not up to the ambitions, but the complementary health insurers are not the first targeted by the sages of rue Cambon.

The last stone in the building of the reform of 100% Health was laid on January 1, 2022. Almost a year later, the Court of Audit published an initial report (read below)following a request to this effect from the Senate’s Social Affairs Committee. A rather critical report.


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