'Ségur de la santé' bids to reform French healthcare

Consultation process follows promise made by Emmanuel Macron at the height of the coronavirus crisis

An 'urgent' two-month consultation will examine future of health services in France in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, health minister Olivier Véran has announced.

The consultation - named the 'Ségur de la santé', after Avenue de Ségur, the Parisian street on which France's health ministry is based - was due to ...

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