Posters, Costs and Spending

Re-thinking care for Canada’s aging population Re-thinking care for Canada’s aging population
By Dr. Neena Chappell

Our health system is designed for a younger population and to treat acute illnesses. Yes we have an aging population that suffers primarily from chronic conditions best treated under a home care model.

Do we really need an expanded CPP? Do we really need an expanded CPP?
By Dr. Robert Brown

Fewer workers today than a half-century ago have workplace pensions…and, clearly, Canadians are not filling the void with increased personal savings. Instead, they take on ever-increasing levels of debt.

Do we really need an expanded CPP? Do we really need an expanded CPP?
By Dr. Robert Brown

According to the evidence, a significant proportion of future Canadian retirees are going to suffer measurable deterioration in their standards of living.

Do we really need an expanded CPP? Do we really need an expanded CPP?
By Dr. Robert Brown

The best available Canadian data all have the same bottom line: without pension reform, many Canadians will experience a significant decline in standard of living at retirement.

BornsteinPosterJan30.17 It’s time to move health research out of the academy and into the community
By Stephen Bornstein

Canadians can be proud that our graduates are among the most productive and respected researchers in the fields of health services, health policy and health economics. Yet our own health system continues to under-perform.

One in six Ontarians left behind in healthcare reforms One in six Ontarians left behind in healthcare reforms
By Tara Kiran

Our study shows you get better care if you have a doctor who formally enrols patients, pools resources with colleagues to provide after hours care and takes responsibility for preventing and managing chronic disease.

It’s time to move health research out of the academy and into the community It’s time to move health research out of the academy and into the community
By Alalsteinn Brown

Canada has a mismatch between the world-class quality of research we produce on health every year and how that research is implemented into our healthcare system.

Why workers over 65 years of age should be entitled to employer health plans too Why workers over 65 years of age should be entitled to employer health plans too
By John Have

Having access to employer health insurance plans is a safeguard and one that should not be denied based on age.

Why workers over 65 years of age should be entitled to employer health plans too Why workers over 65 years of age should be entitled to employer health plans too
By Dr. Robert Brown

Many health and employment policies have not kept up with the changing demographic reality.

When it comes to prescription drug coverage, our health system has plenty in common with the United States — and that’s not a good thing When it comes to prescription drug coverage, our health system has plenty in common with the United States — and that’s not a good thing
By Colleen Flood

Canadians don’t like to hear this, but when it comes to pharmaceuticals, our health insurance system has plenty in common with the United States – and that’s not a good thing


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