Technical recommendations on u/s due in France
This article was originally published in Clinica
With the French government having committed itself to a doubling in the fees that practitioners can charge per antenatal procedure, it is now focusing on the need to improve the quality of the images taken. The supreme health authority (HAS) is to draft recommendations, focusing on the definition and the content of the images, on initial and long-term training of doctors and midwives, and on summarising their findings and informing families. Fees were increased by 36% on March 31, and further negotiations are expected to result in a target level of Euro223 ($274), Clinica understands.
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