MACKINNON: The province succeeded in alleviating the suffering of patients who were waiting far too long for surgery
Final part in our series Health Care Reform From the Cradle of Medicare
The main cost drivers in healthcare are services provided by physicians and other healthcare professionals and workers
A more effective and affordable medicare system requires funding hospitals differently
Opposition from special interest groups have forced governments to resort to rationing in order to control costs
First part of a multi-part series called Health Care Reform from the Cradle of Medicare
Economic growth and productivity increases should be fostered by, among others, ending inter-provincial barriers to trade.