As costs rise and our population ages, stakeholders of all kinds recognize that Canada’s health-care system needs new approaches to stabilize expenditures and improve quality of care. Among the many ideas proposed to meet these objectives, however, one stands out for its broad consensus: a universal plan for prescription medications or pharmacare. This proposal has the potential to reduce costs for Canadians, government and businesses, improve health outcomes and increase equitable access to good health for all Canadians.
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