Ontario’s budget debate may be high profile, but it misses two essential points.
With the NDP signaling NO TAX INCREASES (on the middle class) a serious discussion about taxes, particularly the need to increase corporate and wealth taxes, will not take place. It is hard to have any serious budget discussion without considering the income . . . → Read More: False positive: private profit in Canada’s health care: Ontario Budget Debate Ignores Taxes and Billions Transferred to For-Profit Corporations
There’s much hand-wringing about the results of a new Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey sponsored in part by the soon-to-be defunct Health Council of Canada. While the media focus is on the bigger failures indicated by the survey, the … Continue reading →
The changing face of primary care is on special at Loblaws’. Primacy, a for-profit chain of primary care clinics, has 112 outlets in Loblaw Stores. Most Loblaws’ also have in-store pharmacies. The synergies are obvious. Primacy’s web site says, “an on-site pharmacy provides expert advice and services to our patients.” A recently signed preferred pharmacy . . . → Read More: False positive: private profit in Canada’s health care: Will That Be Raspberries With Your Rectal?
It seems so obvious in hindsight: if you want to know what is going on in business-side of community medicine look where doctors look – the classified section of The Medical Post.
After reading all of the articles, during a slow day at work, a big flashy classified ad for MCI: the Doctors Office caught . . . → Read More: False positive: private profit in Canada’s health care: Health Facility License Auction Health Cost Driver