Senate report recommends ‘electroshock’ after pandemic

The senators propose in particular to review the compensatory allowances for night work and weekends.

Caregivers must receive afair financial recognition“, get out of “the moral of volunteeringand be better represented in hospital governance, according to a Senate report released Thursday that calls for a “electroshockin hospital management.

The commission of inquiry calls for the continuation of the efforts of the Ségur de la Santé announced in 2020, in particular in terms of remuneration. Consultations “too late» and «extensions without set reflection“have done that among the”forgotten by Ségur», «bitterness” born “don’t stop“, regret the senators. And this is even truer after a Covid-19 pandemic depicted in the report as indicative of “latent seizures» in healthcare facilities.

“Moral of Dedication”

The commission of inquiry chaired by Bernard Jomier (PRG) points out “the moral of dedicationalmost systematic staff, who “can’t be foolproofin the operation of hospitals. The senators propose to review the compensatory allowances for night work and weekends, and to set up a “alert mechanismto strengthen the workforce when the ratiocaregiver per patientis low.

Such workforce management would only be possible, according to the senators, thanks to a “decentralizationdecision-making, a balance between administrative and medical staff in the management of the establishment and a “dynamics of hospital tariffs consistent with the evolution of costs».

Some recommendations of the commission of inquiry echo proposals made by presidential candidates in terms of health. The fourth year of medical internship spent as a priority in a medical desert appears, for example, in Valérie Pécresse’s program, the revision of activity-based pricing (T2A) at the hospital is proposed by several candidates from left including Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Anne Hidalgo or by Marine Le Pen.


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