canadian health care

11:41AM
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Is Ottawa competent enough to design an efficient and effective national pharmacare program?

A national formulary—essentially a list of drugs—is unlikely to match the comprehensive lists covered by private insurance plans.


9:56AM
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Ford health-care plan falls well short of what’s needed

Patients in Saskatchewan still have access to universal care—just a lot sooner than before thanks in part to private providers working within the system.


1:05PM
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The federal health minister seems aware that policy innovation—not more money—is necessary to improve Canadian health care.

2:06PM
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Our health-care system is expensive, delivers poor-to-modest results, and fails to achieve many of its laudable aspirations.

10:43AM
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The average unattached Canadian will pay about $4,257 this year, while an average family of four will pay $11,494.