Provincial Healthcare Index 2013

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The Fraser Institute?s Provincial Healthcare Index 2013 uses publically available data for the year 2010 (or the most recent year available) to measure the provision of healthcare in comparison to healthcare expenditures across provinces in Canada. The value for money that provinces receive can be thought of as consisting of two, equally important parts: [1] provision of healthcare (the value) and [2] expenditure on healthcare (the cost). The provision of healthcare is captured using 46 indicators, aggregated into four broad components: [1] availability of resources; [2] use of resources; [3] access to resources; [4] clinical performance of medical goods and services in each province.


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