The Abitibi Center for Support and Combating Sexual Assault (CALACS) this week interviewed Abitibi-Témiscamingue MPs Suzanne Blais, Daniel Bernard and Pierre Dufour about Bill 15, entitled “Law to make health and social services more efficient” by Minister Christian Dube.
This organization is asking CAQ MPs to oppose the passage of this bill, which they say will centralize decision-making venues and fail to improve access to healthcare.
Christian Dubé’s project, which includes 1,180 articles, confirms in particular the creation of Santé Québec, the agency that will be in charge of activities related to the health system.
Santé Québec will be the sole employer in the health and social services network. CISSS and CIUSSS will be integrated into this new structure.
According to the organization, the adoption of this law will cause discontent among the population against the government.
THE KALAKS Abitibi says so
is against hypercentralization, loss of democracy and future lack of transparency in network management.
Our organization questions the consideration of local realities and the instrumentalization of municipal organizations in health and social servicesadd the KALAKS.
He raises several concerns, particularly regarding what he refers to as
The privatization of the healthcare system since the Dubé reform decides to set up a system in which the state subsidizes private healthcare companies.
Bill 15 will accelerate the development of private medicine in Quebecworries the organization, which calls on MPs to act by refusing to adopt the bill.
The letter is also addressed to Prime Minister François Legault and Health Minister Christian Dubé.
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