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Paperback Code Blue: Reviving Canada's Health Care System Book

ISBN: 1550223933

ISBN13: 9781550223934

Code Blue: Reviving Canada's Health Care System

Will medicare be there when I need it? Increasingly, Canadians are asking themselves this question. We hear the horror stories every day: hospital hallways lined with patients; long waiting lists for cancer treatment; a shortage of high-tech equipment. No wonder confidence in medicare, Canada's most cherished social program, has fallen to a historic low. In Code Blue: Reviving Canada's Health Care System, David Gratzer takes a close look at our health...

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This is the roadmap, but nobody that matters seems to be reading it.

This is a fantastic book. Gratzer hits the nail on the head. The unfortunate truth is that the people in Canada with the power to change the system won't consider an approach like this because it would be political suicide in Canada. Gratzer shows us that health care reform in Canada does not have to be synonymous with Americanization of health care - a notion that seems to escape most Canadians.

Devastating Critique of the Canadian Health Care System

While some in the United States admire Canada's Single-Payer health care system, this book shows how misplaced their admiration is. In fact, Canada's system is under-funded, out-of-date and failing fast. They can't keep hold of their doctors -- or their patients. They fail to invest in new equipment or technology, and they barely perform any new research. Gratzer argues that Canada should move towards a system of medical savings accounts to restore accountability and patient power in Canada.
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