French home care products association hits at reimbursement cuts
This article was originally published in Clinica
Appamed, the French association for home healthcare products, is seeking a dialogue with the government in a bid to stress the global value of its goods to the French healthcare service. Newly-appointed association president Thierry Sarda is frustrated by what he sees as senseless cuts in the reimbursement levels of its products and has a mission to regain fair treatment for the industry
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