The new council of the Primary Health Insurance Fund (CPAM) composed of 23 members met this Wednesday, May 11, in Vannes. The members of the board renewed at their head the president elected in 2018, André de Decker, the representative of the Confederation of small and medium-sized enterprises (CPME). Two vice-presidents were also elected: they are David Chetaneau (CGT-FO) and Frantz Toussaint (UDAF). The council was renewed at 50%. Two commissions have been set up: the health and social action commission responsible for rendering extralegal decisions, on a case-by-case basis, and the amicable appeal commission responsible for litigation and which, through its decisions, advances social security law. .
In addition, Mohamed Azgag, general manager of Morbihan Health Insurance for 20 years, will retire in mid-June. His or her replacement will take office in September. His deputy, Gaspard Lallich, will act as interim manager.