Interview with Emmanuelle B. Faubert, Economist with the MEI, about the implementation of a mixed health care system, like in France and Sweden, that would be supported by a majority of Canadians according to a new IPSOS poll commissioned by the MEI. Posted on the Consumer Choice Center’s YouTube channel on November 25, 2022.
November 15, 2022 | 6 min. 29 sec. | Midi actualité (107,7 FM) Interview (in French) with Emmanuelle B. Faubert, Economist with […]
The implementation of a mixed health care system, like in France and Sweden, would be supported by a majority of Canadians according to a new IPSOS poll commissioned by the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI).
Instead of asking for bigger health care cheques, the provinces should band together to request tax points from the federal government.
Given the choice, people prefer to live out their days in their homes, among their loved ones. We have the means to respect those preferences.
Provincial governments in Canada should implement cash-for-care systems to encourage home care, while respecting taxpayers’ ability to pay, according to this publication from the MEI.
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?
La province devrait bâtir un système de soins à domicile qui corresponde aux désirs de la population et qui réponde aux besoins des personnes âgées du Québec.