Government sleight of hand to reduce the health insurance gap

Rebalance the different branches of the Social Securitythe government is about to transfer part of the costs of the most indebted branch of Social Security, Health insurancetowards the family branch, the most surplus, relate the echoes, Friday September 23. This economic measure should form part of the draft law relating to the Social Security budget for 2023. In concrete terms, the allowances paid to women in maternity licence It would come now, if indeed the measure is part of the bill, and that it is adopted, from the family branch, and no longer from the Health Insurance.

Since the health crisis, the social security deficit has plummeted. In 2022, the social security deficit was reduced to €16.8 billion in 2022, or €3.6 billion less than expected. But depending on the corresponding branch of Social Security, the situation is different. For the health sector, for example, the deficit is the highest, with 19.7 billion in 2022, even due to Covid. The retirement branch has a deficit of 1,200 million euros, while the rest of the branches have a surplus, such as work accidents (estimated at 1,800 million), and family (3,100 million).

Therefore, it is in the latter that the government has chosen to rely on to reduce the health insurance deficit. However, this would be only part of the allowances paid in the context of maternity leave. Only the amounts (…)

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