FROM: A trial now underway in B.C. exposes a system that puts principle ahead of care, leaving far too many on dangerously-long waiting lists
MCGRAIL, LAVERGNE: Paying doctors more did not improve primary care – and cost the province hundreds of millions of dollars
MEILI, BRCIC: Doctors of BC election for president a battle between which values – profit or public good – will guide the profession
BARUA: The government monopoly is clearly failing British Columbians
It wasn’t enough that our columnist had to undergo spinal surgery. She now has to wade through a dysfunctional healthcare system
It’s time that politicians caught up with the people on reforming the health care system.
The single largest budgetary threat is health care. B.C.’s aging population presents a looming challenge as spending continues to grow . . .