Health Care

— Oct 5, 2021
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Rethinking Long-Term Care in Canada: Lessons on Public-Private Collaboration from Four Countries with Universal Health Care

Rethinking Long-Term Care in Canada is a new study that compares Canada to other high-income countries—Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, and Sweden—with older populations that have leveraged collaboration between the public and private sectors to better meet the needs of their elderly population, granting them more autonomy and freedom to organize their own care as they see fit.

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