Canadian medicine: dominance or proletarianization?

@article{Coburn1988CanadianMD,
  title={Canadian medicine: dominance or proletarianization?},
  author={David Lawson Coburn},
  journal={The Milbank quarterly},
  year={1988},
  volume={66 Suppl 2},
  pages={92-116}
}
Changes in the Canadian health care system since the early 1960s, especially the introduction of national health insurance and increased government control over the cost and utilization of services, have been resisted by the medical profession. The history of the conflicts between the Canadian government and the medical profession over control of the health care system provides evidence that medical dominance has declined. In spite of its loss of power over the organization of health care and… CONTINUE READING

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