Health Care

— Nov 15, 2017
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The Impact of Interprovincial Migration of Seniors on Provincial Health Care Spending

The Impact of Interprovincial Migration of Seniors on Provincial Health Care Spending finds that migrating seniors have increased B.C.’s health-care costs by more than $7.0 billion over the past 36 years, while effectively saving Quebec $6.0 billion. That’s because Canadians pay most of their lifetime taxes during their working lives, but consume most of their health-care costs after they retire. B.C. and five other provinces saw a net inflow of seniors since 1980, while Quebec and the other provinces saw a net outflow.

— Sep 21, 2017
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Comparing Performance of Universal Health Care Countries, 2017

Comparing Performance of Universal Health Care Countries, 2017 finds that Canada spends more on health care than almost every other comparable country with universal health care, but ranks near the bottom in the number of physicians and acute care beds—and suffers from the longest wait times.

— Aug 1, 2017
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The Price of Public Health Care Insurance, 2017 edition

The Price of Public Health Care Insurance, 2017 finds that a typical Canadian family of four will pay $12,057 for health care this year—an increase of nearly 70 per cent over the last 20 years.

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