On health-care reform, Trudeau should finish what Chretien started

If the government is serious about sparking innovation and change, it should finish the work of transfer reform begun by the Chretien Liberals

On health-care reform, Trudeau should finish what Chretien started
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EISEN, CLEMENS, BARUA: If the government is serious about sparking innovation and change, it should finish the work of transfer reform begun by the Chretien Liberals

Misinformation fuels opposition to health-care reform in Canada

The reality is that for-profit provision of health-care services is commonplace among industrialized countries with universal health care

Misinformation fuels opposition to health-care reform in Canada
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BARUA, CLEMENS: The reality is that for-profit provision of health-care services is commonplace among industrialized countries with universal health care

If health-care innovation is key, set the provinces free

Canada ranks among the most expensive universal health-care systems but has fewer medical resources and some of the longest wait times

If health-care innovation is key, set the provinces free
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BARUA, LAFLEUR, EISEN: Canada ranks among the most expensive universal health-care systems but has fewer medical resources and some of the longest wait times

Do you know how much you pay for health care?

An average family of four pays $11,494 each year. For perspective, average wait times for treatment is 18.3 weeks

Do you know how much you pay for health care?
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BARUA, PALACIOS: An average family of four pays $11,494 each year. For perspective, average wait times for treatment is 18.3 weeks

Alberta’s health-care spending is unsustainable

The provincial government has no option but to implement meaningful health-care policy reforms

Alberta’s health-care spending is unsustainable
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BARUA, EISEN: The provincial government has no option but to implement meaningful health-care policy reforms

Health-care spending increases point to unsustainable future

Provincial governments need to start re-examining how their health-care dollars are spent or implementing meaningful health-care reform now

Health-care spending increases point to unsustainable future
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BARUA, PALACIOS: Provincial governments need to start re-examining how their health-care dollars are spent or implementing meaningful health-care reform now

Health reform lessons from the Land of the Living Skies

Saskatchewan has gone from having one of the longest wait times, on average, for medical treatment to one of the shortest

Health reform lessons from the Land of the Living Skies
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CLEMENS, BARUA: Saskatchewan has gone from having one of the longest wait times, on average, for medical treatment to one of the shortest

Long health-care wait times costing Canadians time and money

Long wait times (and their consequences) shouldn’t be the price we pay for a universal health-care

Long health-care wait times costing Canadians time and money
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BARUA: Long wait times (and their consequences) shouldn’t be the price we pay for a universal health-care

Another reminder that Canada’s health-care system is failing patients

Patients still cannot receive timely treatment because of the confines of the government’s health-care monopoly

Another reminder that Canada’s health-care system is failing patients
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BARUA: Patients still cannot receive timely treatment because of the confines of the government’s health-care monopoly

The death of timely health care in Canada

The current system forces Canadian patients to wait too long for medically necessary care

The death of timely health care in Canada
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BARUA: The current system forces Canadian patients to wait too long for medically necessary care