CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC SECTOR - FRANCE - PRICING - PRINCIPLE OF EQUALITY

Principle of equality: The French Supreme Administrative Court considers that the decree of March 9, 1966 setting the fee rates for dental surgeons who have not signed a convention at a different level from that of practitioners covered by the convention does not violate the principle of equality (CCDELI38 Support)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Conseil d'État was called upon to rule on the legality of a decree of 9 March 1966 setting the rates of fees for medical practitioners and medical auxiliaries applicable in the absence of an agreement, for care provided to socially insured persons. In principle, the tariffs of these practitioners are defined by the national agreements concluded between the National Union of Sickness Insurance Funds and one or more of the national trade union organisations of each of the professions under the terms of Article L.

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Aurore Laget-Annamayer, Principle of equality: The French Supreme Administrative Court considers that the decree of March 9, 1966 setting the fee rates for dental surgeons who have not signed a convention at a different level from that of practitioners covered by the convention does not violate the principle of equality (CCDELI38 Support), 18 March 2020, Concurrences N° 4-2020, Art. N° 97675, p. 237

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