Saskatchewan cut surgical wait times by, among other reforms, partnering with private clinics.
alberta health care
Alberta hopes to mirror Saskatchewan’s successful wait time-reduction.
Alberta is a comparatively high spender on health care but at best a modest performer.
Albertans wait 22.9 weeks for treatment—five weeks longer than 15 years ago.
Last year’s estimated average wait between referral to treatment in Alberta was 22.9 weeks.
The problem of a high-cost low-performance system is not just a provincial one—but a Canadian one.