Poor medical cover makes French loathe to use clinical analyses services:
This article was originally published in Clinica
French citizens who have no complimentary medical insurance are less frequent users of clinical analyses, and of GP and dental services, a recent report from the French healthcare information service, CREDES, demonstrates. Indeed, their overall consumption of ambulatory services is 16% lower than those who have additional coverage. Overall hospitalisation costs for this group, however, are 18% higher than those who have the extra cover. The report is entitled: Comment se soigne-t-on en France? The e-mail for CREDES is: email@example.com
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