In most countries with universal health care, patients share the cost of treatment—surgical or pharmaceutical.
Unlike Canadians, Germans do not face long wait times for health care.
Insurance companies are the principal beneficiaries of Ontario’s new publicly-funded pharmacare program.
Senator Sanders—and much of the media—incorrectly sell single-payer as only path to universal health care
Australia, Germany and the Netherlands all allow more private-sector involvement in health care than Canada.
In the Commonwealth Fund’s rankings of health-care systems, Canada scored a dismal ninth out of 11 countries.
New survey corroborates troubling health-care wait-times trend.
Single-payer health-care systems are often only able to lower costs by rationing services.
The California State Senate recently voted for a universal health-care system in the state.
Albertans wait 22.9 weeks for treatment—five weeks longer than 15 years ago.