Can a learning-disabled nation learn healthcare lessons from abroad?

  title={Can a learning-disabled nation learn healthcare lessons from abroad?},
  author={Steven Lewis},
  journal={Healthcare policy = Politiques de sante},
  volume={3 2},
Canada's apparent capacity to reform its health system is inversely proportionate to the volume of high-quality reports that document its need to do so. One of the principal causes of this inertia is our unusual preoccupation with the financial sustainability of the public system, despite compelling evidence that this is a fundamental misdiagnosis. The case made here is that we need to declare a moratorium on the sustainability debate, become more adept at learning which features of… CONTINUE READING

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