Our health care system is costly and inefficient, with long waits and backlogs. Mixed models like France’s and Sweden’s integrate private facilities within a universal system, delivering better outcomes and allowing more Quebecers to be treated faster.
The federal government projects that it will spend $40B more than it collects this year. To properly understand what this means, here’s what it would look like if it was a typical family’s budget.
The creation of private mini-hospitals, managed by entrepreneurs and accessible to all via your Health Insurance Card, is supported by 7 out of 10 Quebecers. These aim to increase treatment capacity, reduce waiting times and innovate in healthcare services.
Quebec is #1… in terms of health care wait times. The median ER wait time here is 19 hours, versus less than 4 hours in Sweden. The secret to Sweden’s success is its mixed system, with entrepreneurs working within the universal system.
Making the rich pay may seem like an attractive option at first glance. Unfortunately, there are negative side-effects associated to it that would make it counterproductive.
Quebec has a doctor shortage. Waiting lists to access a family doctor seem endless. They are even worse if you live in these regions of Quebec.
Quebec could learn a thing or two from Denmark when it comes to helping seniors remain in their homes longer.
Government spending on health care increases all the time, but the situation doesn’t improve. How can we get our money’s worth?
Inflationary policies to fund government plans impact each and every one of us. They can put your plans out of reach.
Taxpayers will be stuck with the bill for this endless government spending. The sound management of public finances is not just a concept, but an absolute necessity for the well-being of the population.