Posters, International Health Systems

The failure of private-public-partnerships in healthcare in the UK
By Dr. John Lister

P3S (public-private-partnerships) prioritize the provision of private profit above the provision of healthcare.

Why public sector provision is an effective way to deliver healthcare: Learning from the UK model
By Dr. John Lister

Public sector provision is the most effective, efficient and equitable way to deliver healthcare, according to the evidence.

Why Canada shouldn’t compete with the U.S. for the worst performing health system in the developed world Why Canada shouldn’t compete with the U.S. for the worst performing health system in the developed world
By Dr. Colleen Flood
Canada fares better than the U.S. on value for healthcare dollars — but lags behind other developed nations
By Dr. Jody Heymann
Why Canada shouldn’t compete with the U.S. for the worst performing health system in the developed world Why Canada shouldn’t compete with the U.S. for the worst performing health system in the developed world
By Dr. Colleen Flood
Why Canada shouldn’t compete with the U.S. for the worst performing health system in the developed world Why Canada shouldn’t compete with the U.S. for the worst performing health system in the developed world
By Dr. Colleen Flood
Canada fares better than the U.S. on value for healthcare dollars — but lags behind other developed nations
By Dr. Jody Heymann

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