::: 11/03 - The Society for the Encouragement of National Industry is organising a round table on the theme "Do we still have a choice in our medical practice? "on Wednesday, March 11, at 2pm, in partnership with Alternative Santé, on the occasion of the 4th week of the Mutualité.
With more than 400 practices currently listed by the WHO, non-conventional medicines, also known as "alternative medicine" or "complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)", are causing a major craze among people at the national and international level, particularly in Europe. From one country to another, the approaches are today heterogeneous. The same applies to the method of reimbursement, bearing in mind that in Germany, the United Kingdom and Denmark, these medicines are included in the legislation.
It is complex for patients to find their way through the diversity of these practices and to grasp their therapeutic benefits. Some medicines are recognized and widely recommended by the medical profession such as homeopathy, acupuncture, mesotherapy and osteopathy, but also thermal medicine, chiropractic and hypnosis. Others arouse suspicion and are in the legislator's sights. It is important to take stock of the situation between the "fashion effect" and the profound changes in the range of treatments on offer!
In France, although the reference practice remains allopathic medicine, it is clear that patients, invited by the public authorities to be actors in their own health, are in favour of medical nomadism. Some doctors have understood this and will increasingly train themselves in these new practices.
In view of this new health situation, which places great emphasis on a global approach to the patient and a holistic vision of health, the challenge posed for the first time by a federation of mutual insurance companies in the current context of the overhaul of our health system and the crisis of confidence in medicines, is that of integrating relevant pluralistic approaches to care. Criteria for evaluating their effectiveness and objective information to be presented to patients.
Mutuals, often the "blind payers" behind health insurance, intend to play their role in the interest of the health and well-being of their members by opening up the debate!
14h00 : Opening by Isabelle QUENIN, Journalist
14h05: Welcome by Olivier MOUSSON, President of the Atelier de la République and the Société d'Encouragement pour l'Industrie Nationale (SINA).
14h10 : Introduction by Jean-Louis SPAN, President of the FDPM
2.30 - 3.30 pm: 1st round table: "Health, the new offers".
With : Serge GUERIN, Sociologist and Professor at INSEEC SBE
Martine DEPONDT-GADET, Medical acupuncturist
Jean-Michel RICARD, co-founder of the SIEL BLEU associative group, particularly promoting Sport on prescription
Daniel SCIMECA, Homeopathic Doctor
Loïc MACHILLOT, Deputy Director of the Bourbon-Lancy thermal baths and Head of the Health Prevention Unit
3:30 pm: Time to exchange over coffee
16h00 - 17h00: 2nd round table: "Who is going to pay? »
With Sylvie DUBREUIL, Co-Chair of the ADOF
Philippe PETIT, Osteopath and Director of the scientific collection "Science and Health" published by Dangles.
Jean-Claude LAPRAZ, physician promoting Endobiogenesis
Philippe FLEURIAU, Chiropractor, President of the French Chiropractic Association
Claudine BOMPART, Naturopathic doctor
17h00 - 17h45 - Time for conclusions and closure :
Presentation by Jean-Louis SPAN of the mutualist orientations carried by the FDPM to take into account a global vision of health.