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Les déficits de l’assurance-maladie financés de manière largement désintermédiée depuis 2011 et à un taux négatif dès 2015

Abstract : This article explains the changes in the deficits of the National Health Insurance Fund for Employees (CNAMTS) and the account balance of the Central Agency for Social Security (ACOSS), taking into account the debt assumption by the Social Sinking Fund (Cades). It describes the major changes in the ACOSS’ financing management since 2004 towards increasingly disintermediated financing. It analyses the monetary context, the structure of ACOSS’ financing and the financing rates that became negative since 2015. It concludes by presenting prospects and identifying elements favorable to the complete security of the CNAMTS' and CPAM's cash position, both in terms of financing and daily cash flow.
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Alain Gubian, Emmanuel Laurent, Rémi Pellet, Agnès Schweitzer. Les déficits de l’assurance-maladie financés de manière largement désintermédiée depuis 2011 et à un taux négatif dès 2015. Le Journal de droit de la Santé et de l'Assurance Maladie, 2018, pp.89-97. ⟨hal-01770225⟩

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