French social security expects more impact from its eyecare reform in the future

In a roundtable with a French journalists’ association last week, Frank von Lennep, the country’s social security director said that 14 percent of eyeglasses’ frames and 12 percent of corrective lenses sold had been picked from the Class A products’ list since the implementation of the 100% Santé healthcare reform ...

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