This and that for your Tuesday reading.
– Deborah Gyapong discusses CMA President Anna Reid’s presentation to the federal All-Party Anti-Poverty Caucus, with the positive response of MPs from all parties looking like a particularly noteworthy development: The CMA put forward seven recommendations for governments at all levels to examine to improve health outcomes.
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VANCOUVER – Canada’s Medicare system stops the minute a doctor writes a prescription. On the second day of Pharmacare 2020, the talk turned to how we get to a quality system that will leave no Canadian behind, that will be … Continue reading →
Here, on how the Canadian Medical Association’s new focus on inequality and the social determinants of health may be nicely timed to shape Canada’s political future.
For further reading…– Some of the CMA’s history of advocating for increased privatization can be found here, here and here.– By way of comparison, more recent documents like the . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: New column day