French government to push through health reform despite doctors' protests

Under a reform to help worst-off receive proper medical care, family doctors must claim back their consultation fees from the public health fund.

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President François Hollande's government announced on Monday a reform aimed at making it easier for low-earners to get access to a doctor, risking the ire of medics who complain the new funding arrangements will leave them out of pocket, reports Reuters.