Canada’s universal health care system is often a point of national pride. With changing demographic pressures and a shifting economy, it is time to rethink the existing system.
How should Canada’s health care system be adjusted or redesigned to maximize outcomes? What innovations could improve access to and delivery of health care services to Canadians? What lessons can be learned from other jurisdictions?
September 23, 2015
Guests: Patrick Fafard (uOttawa), Alex Himelfarb (former Clerk of the Privy Council), Pauline Worsfold (Canadian Federation of Nurses Union), Bill Tholl (HealthCareCAN)
Keynote: Hon. Roy Romano
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