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Health Care Reform: Lessons from the Edge
Published on 14/06/2010
Most Canadians would acknowledge that health care in Canada requires reform. But substantive changes likely will be difficult to effect, given current demand and expectations around health care. This commentary argues that solid policy options are an essential first step. Equally important, given the political challenges associated with health care, is the process for reform. There are instructive lessons from the recent New Brunswick strategy on poverty reduction and income security renewal that successfully involved government, business and voluntary organizations in a comprehensive, collaborative initiative.
ISBN – 1-55382-472-5