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Health Care

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Australia generally has more medical resources, lower wait times and comparable health outcomes.

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Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland all have some type of health-care cost-sharing scheme.

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In Canada, the decline in house calls has taken place despite evidence that an increase in house calls would increase quality of care and decrease costs.

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Considering the cost of waiting for medically necessary specialist treatment, how much would Canadians be willing to pay in order to eliminate their wait?

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Years of adhering to the status-quo and simply pumping money into the system has done little to address the fundamental problems with Canada's health-care system.

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Canada has one of the most expensive universal health-care systems in the world, yet on indicator after indicator, we’re not getting good value for our money.

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Canadians with lower incomes already have access to comprehensive drug coverage. So why are some calling for a national drug program?

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Five years after the passage of Obamacare, the results suggest that re-thinking the specifics of the Obamacare reforms, and any potential additional reforms, will be needed.

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