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AGING POPULATION AND
ITS POTENTIAL IMPACT
HEALTHCARE COSTS AND SPENDING
PRIVATE, FOR-PROFIT SOLUTIONS
TO FUNDING AND DELIVERY
HEALTH IS MORE THAN HEALTHCARE
PATIENT FINANCING OF HEALTHCARE
(THE PATIENT PAYS)
MORE CARE IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER
  • haveposter3sept26-16
    Why private health insurance coverage in Canada needs a review
    By John Have

    What about all those individuals and families across Canada who want private health insurance coverage and can't get it due to pre-existing conditions — or can't afford it? This is a question our provincial and federal governments need to address.

  • haveposter2sept26-16
    Why private health insurance coverage in Canada needs a review
    By John Have

    Private healthcare costs in Canada have grown dramatically over the last 40 years. Adjusting for population growth and inflation, private healthcare costs have increased by over 220 percent on average since 1975 — or around $1,800 per person.

SUSTAINABILITY WAITING FOR CARE
  • Seeing healthcare clearly
    Seeing healthcare clearly
    By Dr. Noralou Roos

    I hope as we move forward on the perpetual path to reform healthcare in this country — shortening wait times, improving access, enhancing quality — that we keep in mind it’s pretty good to begin with.

  • Seeing healthcare clearly
    Seeing healthcare clearly
    By Dr. Noralou Roos

    It’s critical that the quality of medical care in Canada is top notch, but it’s equally important that care be delivered in ways that are sensitive to individual, family and cultural needs, and delivered with a human touch.

PHARMACEUTICAL POLICY MENTAL HEALTH
OBESITY INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS
  • A sugar-sweetened beverage tax is not the answer
    A sugar-sweetened beverage tax is not the answer
    By Natalie Riediger

    A 'pop tax' for sugar-sweetened beverages sounds like a good idea, but evidence around similar taxes indicate they would not be effective for reducing consumption, particularly amongst the lowest socio-economic groups.

  • A sugar-sweetened beverage tax is not the answer
    A sugar-sweetened beverage tax is not the answer
    By Natalie Riediger

    A 'pop tax' for sugar-sweetened beverages sounds like a good idea, but evidence around similar taxes indicate they would not be effective for reducing consumption, particularly amongst the lowest socio-economic groups.

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