Il est temps d’aller au-delà du faux dilemme entre l’universalité et le modèle américain, et de regarder vers l’Europe
By one estimate, at any given moment, over one million Canadians — three per cent of the entire population — are waiting for a medical treatment.
Despite decades of animated public debates and the colossal sums spent—which keep on increasing—waiting times for Canadian patients continue to worsen, notes this study published by the MEI.
Montreal, December 4, 2019 – While governments keep shovelling billions of dollars into the country’s health care systems, and results continue to disappoint, a strong majority of Quebecers are open to entrepreneurship in order to alleviate the lack of service, all while maintaining the universal coverage of care. Indeed, across the country, it is Quebec that is the most open to this, shows a Leger poll carried out on behalf of the MEI.
The Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) commissioned Leger to poll Canadians on certain questions concerning the health care system.
November 6, 2019 | 11 min. | Politiquement incorrect (QUB Radio) Interview (in French) with Patrick Déry, Senior Associate Analyst at the […]
The rapid development and deployment of AI is an opportunity.
A national government-run pharmacare monopoly is a bad idea.
Facilities funded by the public purse but run by entrepreneurs provide a better environment for patients.
Montreal, October 3, 2019 – Quality assessment visits of CHSLDs show a very wide gap between the results obtained by public facilities and private funded ones. The latter provide a far better quality of life than facilities run by the government.