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The Council of Government examines five bills relating to the reform of the health system

This project aims to create the High Authority for Health, as a legal person under public law, which ensures the sustainability of State action in the field of health, the technical supervision of compulsory health insurance base (AMO), the evaluation of the quality of the services of public and private health establishments, and which issues opinions on public policies in the field of health, adds the same source.

It includes the provisions setting out the attributions and roles of the High Authority for Health, in particular the technical supervision of compulsory basic health insurance (AMO), the preparation of management tools for its system, the evaluation of the quality services provided by public and private health establishments, as well as the conditions of medical care for patients, while determining the bodies of the Authority which will be represented by a council and a president.

It is also about the provisions determining the members of the board, their qualifications, the duration of their mandate, the cases of incompatibility and the expiry of their mandates, as well as those fixing the attributions of the board, the operating rules, and the provisions defining the administrative and financial organization of the Authority and its human resources.

The Council of Government also examined draft law n°08.22 relating to the creation of territorial health groups, the statement added, specifying that this text falls within the framework of the implementation of the provisions of article 32 of framework law n°06.22 relating to the national health system.

The objective of this project is to deal with the constraints and obstacles that taint the provision of care at the territorial level and to reform the national health system in its component related to governance, based on the strategic choices proposed in the general report on the development model, in particular the proposal relating to the consolidation of the university hospital center (CHU) and all the regional hospital units into a single autonomous public establishment responsible for hospital care, training and scientific research, and this in order to better regulate the public offer in terms of care at the regional level, continues the press release.

This draft also includes provisions providing for the creation of a territorial health grouping in each region, by referring to a regulatory text to determine the headquarters of each grouping and the health institutions that compose it, and also to define the functions of each territorial health group within its territory, by distributing the missions to each group according to six fundamental areas, namely: the supply of care, public health, care, training, that of research and innovation, as well as the administrative field, while determining the administrative and management bodies represented by the board of directors and the general manager of the group and their attributions, in addition to the provisions which determine the financial management of the health groups and their resources human, explains the same source.

The third draft law No. 09.22 relates to the essential guarantees granted to human resources in the health professions, which falls within the framework of the application of the provisions of article 23 of the framework law No. 06.22 relating to the national health system, according to the press release.

This text, it is specified, is in line with the specificities of the public health sector and the challenges it must meet, and intervenes within the framework of the implementation of the pillars of the reform of the health system. , particularly the pillar relating to the development of human resources.

This bill identifies the human resources concerned by its provisions, namely those working in the territorial health groups created under Law No. 08.22, while providing for the strengthening of guarantees of legal protection for civil servants and considering any threat and any aggression against them as a direct attack on the health service, explains the same source.

The same text enshrines the obligation to set up continuing education sessions and programs throughout the professional career, as well as the obligation to take part in them, in addition to setting up a system allowing certain categories of health professionals, within the framework of the public-private partnership, to carry out certain tasks on behalf of the private sector, by providing for an efficient and motivating remuneration system for health professionals, underlines the press release.

The Council of Government also worked on draft law No. 10.22 relating to the creation of the Moroccan Agency for Medicines and Health Products, which intervenes in concretization of the provisions of article 32 of the law- framework N° 06.22 relating to the national health system, indicates the press release, specifying that this bill aims to allow the administrative structure supervising this sector to carry out its missions with professionalism, to accompany the developments occurring at the national level and international and to materialize the pillars of reform of the national health system, in particular that relating to governance.

And to explain that this text of law contains provisions defining the missions, the attributions and the roles entrusted to the Agency, in particular with regard to the concretization of the strategic orientations of the policy of the State aiming at ensuring the sovereignty medicines and to ensure the availability, safety and quality of medicines and health products.

These are also provisions defining the administrative and management bodies, namely the Board of Directors and the Director of the Agency, while determining the powers of each of them, the operating rules of the Board of administration and the criteria for the validity of its deliberations, as well as the administrative and financial organization of the Agency and its human resources.

On the other hand, the Council examined draft law N° 11.22 relating to the creation of the Moroccan Agency for blood and its derivatives, which intervenes in application of the provisions of article 32 of the framework law N° 06.22 relating to the national health system.

This bill aims to overcome the problems and constraints faced by the National Center for Blood Transfusion and Hematology (CNTSH) and all the Regional Blood Transfusion Centers, and which negatively impact the management of this sector. vital, just as it aims to accompany the developments taking place on a national and international scale.

The text of the law relates to the creation of the Moroccan Agency for Blood and its Derivatives, as a public establishment endowed with legal personality and financial autonomy, which will replace the CNTSH and all the Centers blood transfusion centers.

The draft law includes provisions setting out the missions, powers and roles devolved to the Agency as an institution responsible for implementing the strategic guidelines of State policy aimed at developing a blood stock capable of to meet national needs and to ensure the availability, safety and quality of all blood-derived products, whatever the circumstances.

These are also provisions defining the administrative and management bodies, namely the Board of Directors and the Director of the Agency, while determining the powers of each of them, the operating rules of the Board of administration and the criteria for the validity of its deliberations, as well as the administrative and financial organization of the Agency and its human resources.

The government will see to the application of the provisions of these laws according to an approach favoring openness and consultation with all stakeholders, in strict compliance with the principle of continuity of public service.

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