As Canada’s health care costs continue to raise the question of equality and efficiency still remains. How to ensure affordable, efficient and effective health care for all is an important question many Canadians are struggling with especially with Canada’s aging population.
Canada’s current health care system: Do the costs outweigh the benefits?
Canada vs US: How does the quality of our health care compare to our privatized neighbours?
Applying the lessons learned in EU countries: How to provide equitable and efficient health care in Canada?
The debate we need: Health Care reform
Impact of the Aging population on Canada
Case study: Health care in Alberta lessons learned
Have passport will travel for medical care – Featured interviews of Canadians traveling abroad to have their medical needs met and why they did it
Healthy kids Healthy communities – looking at how head start and early years programs for children have long term positive health benefits for minimal costs
Canada’s human resource challenges: How can we overcome these obstacles?
Based on best practices what should Canada do to improve the health system and thereby the health of its citizens
Fills a media gap:
Talk of health care reform is often ignored due to fear of a “US” type health care system. It’s time to have an honest discussion about health care in Canada and how it can be reformed to meet the needs of Canada’s population.