“HAS As of today, we have been able to register just over two million self-employed workers, including 840,000 farmers, 380,000 craftsmen, nearly 300,000 auto-entrepreneurs, 250,000 craftsmen and traders who are part of the professional contribution unique and almost all of the liberal and independent professions”, said Boubrik during a panel under the theme “the generalization of AMO, a guarantee of social solidarity”, held within the framework of the international colloquium on social protection.
And to support: “Of the two million, we already have 330,000 people who have opened their accounts on our portals and have started to declare their families (spouses and children) to effectively benefit from the Compulsory Health Insurance (AMO)”.
Boubrik also said the CNSS processes 2,000 files per day from the AMO which come from these self-employed workers. “This means that today, the AMO is a reality on the ground”, he hammered.
Regarding the preparation of the CNSS to pilot this project, Boubrik indicated that the processes have been reviewed, in addition to the adaptation of the organizations and information systems of the CNSS to follow the identification procedures, and to registration, noting in this sense that all the Fund’s services are digitized to simplify the procedure for policyholders.
He also specified that the CNSS network has been expanded with the opening of about fifty agencies this year and other openings planned for next year to cover the entire national territory, adding that the deadline for average repayment is 9.15 days.
Boubrik also noted that the CNSS is sparing no effort to materialize this project, in particular through partnerships with local networks, in order to guarantee the traceability of the file, and increase the processing capacity of the capacities to support the exponential evolution of the activity.
For his part, the director of the National Health Insurance Agency (ANAM), Khalid Lahlou, said that medical coverage is both a commitment and a challenge, and is part of the implementation of the recommendations of the various institutions, in particular the World Health Organization (WHO). I
He also pointed out that the report of the new development model (NMD) focused on the issue of health, noting that the Moroccan state thus has visibility in this area.
Lahlou also mentioned the basket of care, as a tool for measuring the performance of any health insurance system, welcoming the coverage rate which rose to 70% in 2020.
For his part, the President of the National Health Insurance Fund of France, Fabrice Gombert assured that social security in France constitutes one of the principles of value of the State to which all French people are attached, and is based mainly on mutual aid between the different categories of society, rich and poor, young and old.
He specified that in the French model everyone contributes according to their means and receives according to their needs, noting that each citizen has the right to guarantee a vital minimum, for a better pooling of risks.
Initiated by the Association of Members of the General Inspectorate of Finance (AMIF) and the Ministry of Economy and Finance, under the High Patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, this international symposium is intended to be a space for open debate, of reflection, exchanges and cross-examinations aimed at formulating practical proposals that can contribute to the success of the implementation of the reform of social protection in Morocco.