Why private health insurance coverage in Canada needs a review

haveposter2sept26-16“Private healthcare costs in Canada have grown dramatically over the last 40 years. Adjusting for population growth and inflation, private healthcare costs have increased by over 220 percent on average since 1975 — or around $1,800 per person.”

John Have, Fellow, Canadian Institute of Actuaries; President, Have Associates

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