*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CE, Section, 16 July 2007, Syndicat National de Défense de l'Exercice Libéral de la Médecine à l'Hopital e. a., n° 293229 The existence of a "private sector" within the public hospital has always been both an original feature of the French health system and a source of recurrent legal difficulties. The system available to hospital practitioners for receiving private clients has thus evolved considerably since the late 1950s. In order to make up for the shortage of staff and to promote better quality of care in public hospitals, the decree of 4 June 1957 on the general administration of public assistance, followed by the order of 11 December 1958, introduced
CASE COMMENT: PUBLIC SECTOR - PUBLIC SECTOR - PUBLIC FEES/TARIFF
Public fees/tariff: The Council of State holds that the tariff that public hospitals levy on private activities of medical doctors employed as public employees can partly be related to a market price (SNDELM)
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