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Private delivery of healthcare can work in a publicly funded system but comes with risks Private delivery of healthcare can work in a publicly funded system but comes with risks
By Stephen Duckett

Transparency won’t solve all the issues of private sector contracting in healthcare, but without it, the risks for Canadians will almost certainly outweigh the benefits.

Private delivery of healthcare can work in a publicly funded system but comes with risks Private delivery of healthcare can work in a publicly funded system but comes with risks
By Stephen Duckett

The response to privatization of health delivery should not be a knee-jerk one, that this is a no-go area for Canada. Rather, public purchasers should be held to account for the nature of the contracts they sign and should not be able to hide behind confidentiality clauses.

Contandro...PosterJuly15.13 Beyond the Chaoulli ruling
By Dr. Damien Contandriopoulos

  “There are no shortage of pundits weighing in on the state of the Canadian healthcare system. Too bad the debates aren’t often based on the facts. We deserve better. We deserve evidence.” Dr. Damien Contandriopoulos, Université de Montréal Read …

Canadian medical schools have poor conflict of interest policies Canadian medical schools have poor conflict of interest policies
By Adrienne Shnier and Dr. Joel Lexchin

If we want the best doctors in Canada, our medical schools need to revise and improve their policies to regulate conflicts of interest between medical faculty, residents and the pharmaceutical industry.

Why Canadian medicare should neither ‘go Dutch’ or ‘to the dogs’ Why Canadian medicare should neither ‘go Dutch’ or ‘to the dogs’
By Dr. Ryan Meili
Why Canadian medicare should neither ‘go Dutch’ or ‘to the dogs’ Why Canadian medicare should neither ‘go Dutch’ or ‘to the dogs’
By Dr. Ryan Meili

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