(Quebec) Franకోois Legalt said on Tuesday that “20%” solutions will be taken forward in the plan to “refund” the health network “go through the private sector”. The prime minister’s statement came at a time when the opposition was worried that the private sector was being targeted by the Legal government.
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“In the next few weeks, my colleague the health minister will present a comprehensive plan. I would say that 80% of the solutions to improve the health care system come from the people. But, there is 20%, which goes through the private sector, ”Mr. Legalt began in the Blue Room, where 125 deputies have returned since Tuesday.
The Prime Minister responded to the party’s Quebecos parliamentary leader Joel Arseno, accusing him of resorting to the private sector rather than the courage to turn to solutions for the people to solve health and social problems. Network of services.
“The reality is that the private sector is flooding the public service, the public network. Every healthcare professional who goes to the private sector, apparently, loses people, ”Mr. Arseneau lamented.
Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey confirmed in various media over the weekend that, in particular, the private sector needs to do its part in “refunding” the surgical catch-up. Network.
Calls for tenders will be launched in the spring to renew contracts with specialized medical clinics. Press Deputy Minister of Health, Dominic Savoy.
Prime Minister Chief of Staff Martin Koskinen also said Press Quebec plans to open wide doors to the private sector without the patient having to take out their wallet to receive treatment.
“I hope the parliamentary leader of the party Quebecois is not against private clinics for family doctors. I hope so […] During the epidemic, we had a lot of surgeries done by the private sector, which added to the work done by the public sector, ”Mr Legalt said. He did not specify what solutions could be brought forward for the private sector.
Minister Christian Dubey will present his “Health Plan” at the end of March, revolving around the four “foundations” of the network: human resources, data, computer networks and infrastructure. Mr. Dubé hopes to get the amount needed to achieve his goals in the next Girard budget on March 22nd.
On Tuesday, an alarm was heard about the government’s intention to use Quebec Solidarity private health care. “It’s worth it because they will find us on their way, because the health system in Quebec, it must be public and we will protect it. If they have it to provide for the Quebecs, it means they have resigned, they no longer believe it and this is proof of their failure,” lamented Vincent Marissall.
Liberal MP Moncef Derrozi is also talking about “acceptance of failure” for the government. “The solution that Mr. Dubey is selling on all platforms is calling me a late awakening, because there are solutions, but unfortunately they have never seriously considered the fundamental problems of the health network,” he told the Press Scrum. Tuesday is the day.