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L’État à l’épreuve de la régulation territoriale. La mise en négociations des contrats locaux de santé

Abstract : The contrat local de santé (CLS) is the instrument available to the regional health agencies (ARS) responsible for organizing the regulation of public action in this field. They are thus invited to recognize and support the capacities of mobilization of territorial communities confronted with the assumption of health issues. Depending on the contribution of these actors, their commitment in this health-ordering endeavor opens up the space for negotiation. The comparative analysis of the elaboration of eleven CLSs shows that the compromises adopted locally attest to the difficulties encountered by the ARSs in extracting themselves from local affairs, imposing their priorities, and regulating this area.
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Marina Honta, Nadine Haschar-Noé, Émilie Salaméro. L’État à l’épreuve de la régulation territoriale. La mise en négociations des contrats locaux de santé. Négociations, De Boeck Supérieur, 2018, pp.143-155. ⟨10.3917/neg.029.0143⟩. ⟨halshs-01762571⟩

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