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What do doctors really have to fear from the feds’ tax crackdown? What do doctors really have to fear from the feds’ tax crackdown?
By Michael Wolfson
For colon cancer, the best screening test is likely the one you’re willing to do For colon cancer, the best screening test is likely the one you’re willing to do
By Tara Kiran
The sky is falling on small business – or is it The sky is falling on small business – or is it?
By Michael Wolfson
Should the loudest voices prevail on proposed tax reform — even if it is shrill hyperbole?
By Michael Wolfson
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.

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

Primary care is considered the front door to our health care system. Whether you’re going for a general check-up or have just been diagnosed with cancer, your family doctor makes sure you get the tests, treatment and care you need.

British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment
By Kimberly McGrail

Even patients with a family doctor often resort to emergency departments and walk-in clinics because less than a third of BC doctors report having any other arrangements for after-hours care.

British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment
By Kimberly McGrail

Before spending billions more, we need to agree on what success in health care looks like, and monitor progress from the start.

British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment
By Ruth Lavergne

We need to measure health care performance in real-time against clear goals and accept ongoing change as a necessary part of doing better, rather than thinking a one-time course correction is enough.

British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment British Columbia’s failed healthcare experiment
By Ruth Lavergne

We need to broaden the team that is involved in choosing health reforms to include health authorities, nurses and other service providers – and patients, of course.


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