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Le « non-recours » à la Couverture maladie universelle mis à l’agenda de l’Assurance maladie : un phénomène qui travaille l’institution

Abstract : Non-take-up of French Universal Healthcare Coverage and Agenda-setting at the National Health Insurance FundOver the past few years, non-take-up, i.e. the failure to avail oneself of rights or public services one is entitled to (Warin 2010), has become the focus of increasing study in France. Combating non-take-up is, for instance, one of the key strategic objectives of the health division of France’s social security service. However, institutional involvement in policy-making is not necessarily the best solution in this arena : implementing programmes designed to limit and prevent non-take-up raises questions about the National Health Insurance Fund’s most fundamental principles and its relationship with various sectors of the public. It also raises questions about the competence of its employees and work organisation, planned to implement rights that are initially insurance-related in nature. The article looks at the process of agenda-setting when it comes to non-take-up of universal healthcare coverage in France and studies how the issue represents a challenge for the National Health Insurance Fund.
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Héléna Revil. Le « non-recours » à la Couverture maladie universelle mis à l’agenda de l’Assurance maladie : un phénomène qui travaille l’institution. La Revue de l'IRES, IRES, 2014, pp.3-32. ⟨halshs-01859044⟩

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