Don’t rule out Canada’s baby boomers righting public health care as one of their final acts of defiance against conventional thinking.
The road to reviving Canada’s sluggish productivity may lead straight to better health care.
Junk food doesn’t just go onto your hips – it gets into your hips.
An Alberta experiment has led to an additional 1,080 hip and knee replacements in 2011-12.
Innovation should start by transforming compensation models that are lacking any incentives related to patient outcomes.
Patients who require multidisciplinary care could have family doctors, surgeons, specialists, nurses and therapists in a single location . . .