Hospital system management in France and Canada: national pluralism and provincial centralism.

Abstract

Since the mid-1960s, France and Canada have developed different ways of managing their hospital systems. In Canada, each provincial government has gradually imposed technocratic control with the aim of planning the allocation of health-care resources. In spite of attempts to do the same in France, the hospital system has grown with few restrictions other… (More)

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