SELICK: By denying testing for vitamin deficiency, Ontario’s health-care system proves it is penny wise and pound foolish
KIRAN: Urban poor and new immigrants are less likely to be part of a family health group – and less likely to get high-quality care
DZAVIK, MEHTA: Hundreds of physicians have gone to aWayForward.ca to urge doctors and the government to adopt five practical principles in negotiations
HOFFMAN, FLOOD: Should we move to a system like that in the U.K., where physicians are paid a salary and work to terms of a contract?
BERY, PETERSON: Children from low-income families are less likely to have ever had their vision checked than children from high-income families
MAUND, STEWART: Government urged to require its 14 Local Health Integration Networks be responsible for oral health services for vulnerable populations
Why Canada should care about the Shouldice Hospital deal.
Ontario is the poster boy for this reality. Over the next two decades, health care will consume 80% of the provinice’s spending.