Australia, Germany and the Netherlands all allow more private-sector involvement in health care than Canada.
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Senator Sanders—and much of the media—incorrectly sell single-payer as only path to universal health care
Single-payer health-care systems are often only able to lower costs by rationing services.
The California State Senate recently voted for a universal health-care system in the state.
Canadians have long suffered through long wait times for health care.
Canada has fewer MRI and CT scanners than the average high-income OECD country with universal health care.
Canada will increasingly be an outlier among developed countries.
Canadian health-care bureaucrats will likely be asked to explain Canada’s single-payer system to U.S. campaigns.
American presidential candidates who want to emulate elements of the Canadian model invite significant negative unintended consequences.