MORGAN: Why the provinces don’t need $3 billion in federal tax dollars for flawed prescription drug policies
DENBURG, MORGAN: Most of the discussion has been centred on seniors’ access to prescription drugs
MORGAN: Piecemeal drug insurance coverage costs cities – and taxpayers – plenty
MORGAN and MARTIN: Businesses need help managing the complexity and high cost of drug benefits
MORGAN: Canada only developed country with a universal healthcare system that does not include universal coverage of prescription drugs
MORGAN: New Brunswick has opportunity to reduce pharmaceutical drug prices with a single payer system.
MORGAN: Ontario spends more than $11 billion a year on prescription drugs.
Canadians with a chronic illness face costs of between a few hundred dollars to over a $1,000 per year.