Tag Archives: Canadian medicare

Pharmacare for kids Pharmacare for kids
By Avram Denburg and Wendy Ungar
What is going on with (North) American health care? What does Trump’s agenda mean for Canadian health care?
By Danielle Martin and Sandro Galea
Free medicines for rich kids is actually a fair and efficient policy Free medicines for rich kids is actually a fair and efficient policy
By Marc-André Gagnon
The-never-ending-saga-of-medical-user-fees-in-Quebec The never-ending saga of medical user fees in Quebec
By Amélie Quesnel-Vallée
There’s nothing like an American health care debate to make Canadians feel lucky There’s nothing like an American health care debate to make Canadians feel lucky
By Danielle Martin
Backgrounder A primer on the legal challenge between Dr. Brian Day and British Columbia Backgrounder: A primer on the legal challenge between Cambie Surgeries Corporation (led by Dr. Brian Day) and British Columbia — and how it may affect our healthcare system
By Karen Palmer

“Medicare,” provides public funding for all medically necessary hospital and physician services.

How can we change the health workforce to serve our aging population?
By Ivy Lynn Bourgeault

The architecture of our health system was created in the 1960s but we’ve had a demographic shift that’s been reversed since. Our health system needs to reflect our changing population and their needs

How can we change the health workforce to serve our aging population?
By Ivy Lynn Bourgeault

You can’t wave a magic wand and have everything in the health system suddenly delivered by homecare without there being explicit consideration of how to deploy this homecare workforce

How can we change the health workforce to serve our aging population?
By Gregory Huyer

Our health system has been designed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals – rather than having the patient at the centre

Our healthcare system designed for the convenience of practitioners, not patients
By Andre Picard

We often fail to say the three most important words in medicine: I don’t know. There’s no shame in saying that.


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