MARTIN: Our health system is about values that define our society, helping the most vulnerable and placing well-being above wealth
FIRBY: We have a health care system worth building on but nurturing it to its full potential is in our hands
BROWN, BORNSTEIN: Health changes require greater input by people trained to create a difference – and that’s not happening in Canada
FERGUSON: The biggest obstacle to health insurance reform in the U.S. has always been an urge by reformers to do something right now
DUTT: Instead of looking to Europe or Australia, it’s time to realize Canada can and should reform its health care from homegrown innovation
EISEN, CLEMENS, BARUA: If the government is serious about sparking innovation and change, it should finish the work of transfer reform begun by the Chretien Liberals
TEPPER: Achieving these four goals can lead to the next, necessary evolution in health care
MARCHILDON and DI MATTEO: One major hurdle is that we need to decide exactly what changes we want to make.