Midwives, rehabilitation professionals, and notaries are some of the first freelance jobs to be included in the Obligatory Medical Insurance (AMO).
Rabat – The government council has adopted yesterday, September 5, in Rabat, two draft decrees presented by the Minister of Labor and Professional Integration. The first draft decree concerns including midwives and rehabilitation professionals in the Obligatory Medical Insurance (AMO) and in the pension system. The second decree aims to include notaries.
The government’s spokesperson, Mustapha El Khalfi, revealed that the draft decree concerning midwives and rehabilitation professionals was developed after concertation with all the concerned parties.
“Consultations were held with midwives and rehabilitation professionals representatives, in the presence of representatives from the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor and Professional Integration, National Social Security Fund (CNSS), and National Health Insurance Agency (ANAM),” said El Khalfi.
“These meetings allowed the Ministry of Labor to appoint the communication body responsible for exchanging information on midwives and rehabilitation professionals with the CNSS,” added the spokesperson.
The Ministry of Health will take care of communicating the necessary information for registering the concerned professionals to the CNSS.
The second draft decree, concerning notaries, was developed after concertation with representatives of notaries, in the presence of representatives from the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Labor and Professional Integration, CNSS, and ANAM.
The aim of these meetings aimed to find the best way to apply AMO and pension systems on this category of professionals.
CNSS is a public establishment that provides services such as familial allocations, medical insurance and pensions. However, many professionals do not benefit from its services, including liberal professionals, freelancers, and people working without contracts.