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Policy Briefing: Health
Why Quebec’s increased fees for doctors is not good health policy, and what this might mean for the rest of Canada.
Widening gap between the rich and the rest a looming crisis.
Alberta’s new payment model for long-term care is a step in the right direction.
It’s time to rethink medical education in Canada.
‘Surplus’ of medical specialists in Canada should come as no surprise.
Reducing obesity: It takes a village, says Dr. Yoni Freedhoff.
And this is where our elected officials can act like doctors, by bringing an evidence-based approach to improving health and well-being to the forefront of their decision-making.
With dementia set to affect one in five baby-boomers, voluntary care by friends and family must be considered part of the solution.
One thing Americans and Canadians can agree on is that we don’t want each other’s health-care systems.
Our constitutional federalism should not be used as an excuse by the federal government to abandon a coordinating, collaborative management role with the provinces.
Briefing notes for Health Minister Rona Ambrose say the feds have no plans for a new health agreement with provinces and territories.
But physicians and patients skeptical of for-profit framework for medicinal marijuana.

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