Canada ranked last on two indicators measuring obstetric trauma during birth.
Comparing Canada’s health-care system with other countries, Part 4: Clinical Performance and Quality
Cancer drug's use in retinal therapy has been linked with increased risks of stroke and death.
Nobel laureate Paul Romer’s key new insight was that human capital can produce ideas.
Canadians must wait 41.7 weeks (on average) to receive medically necessary elective orthopaedic surgery.
Survey says seven in 10 Canadians are ready for virtual doctor appointments.
Hospitals in Switzerland compete with one another for patients.
Review board’s new reference countries have more limited access to new and innovative drugs.
The original OHIP+ provided limited coverage to a population that largely didn’t need assistance.
U.S. pharmaceutical innovation has been disproportionately funded by U.S. consumers of patented drugs.
In Switzerland, the health-care system features managed competition among insurance companies and health-care providers.