Those opposed to market-based health care reform do their best to scare Canadians, suggesting that the introduction of private competition will lead to longer wait times, higher costs, and poorer quality, particularly for lower-income individuals and families. Reality, however, is considerably different. International experience suggests that private competition is a fundamental feature of a high-performing, universal access health care system.
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Juin 26, 2014 6:00AM