No question of refusing an obstacle. Public hospitals are determined to curb the rise of temporary medical work from April despite the dreaded disruptions in these establishments. They “are fully and totally mobilized to apply the Rist law,” said the boss of the French Hospital Federation (FHF), Arnaud Robinet, on Tuesday. For the one who is also mayor of Reims, this regulation is key for “the cohesion of the teams”, but also “the stability of the care of patients”.
Faced with the development of temporary work among caregivers, the government has promised to regulate the remuneration of temporary workers from April 3, by applying the Rist law promulgated in 2021.