Looking abroad to cure Canada's health care ailments
from Financial Post
The Commonwealth Fund and the OECD are among the organizations that regularly compare healthcare in developed countries, and they consistently show Canada to be in the middle of the pack. Canada does well in some areas, such as post-heart attack survival rates, and poorly in others, like wait times for orthopedic surgery, and comparative studies reveal much room for improvement. In the business world, organizations often look to high-performing market leaders and mimic their best practices. But can the Canadian system benefit by adopting the habits of high performers?
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