Ce n’est pas avec les ingrédients d’une tourtière qu’on fait un gâteau
Seul le temps nous dira si la recette que nous propose le ministre Dubé est la bonne. Il est clair cependant que le choix des ingrédients s’approche de ce que les Québécois et Québécoises demandent et de ce dont ils ont besoin.
“Failing to Deliver” Report Actually Fails to See the Bigger Health System Picture
Comparing today’s system, which is still reeling from COVID-19 and its additional strain and added complexity, to what prevailed just before the pandemic is simply disingenuous and misleading.
Private mini-hospitals: a popular idea to improve our healthcare system
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.
Economic growth is good for your health
The more our economy grows, the greater our ability to invest in life-saving and life-improving treatments and procedures, equipping ourselves with tools that enable us to live longer, healthier lives.
IEDM – L’espérance de vie augmente avec le revenu – Vincent Geloso
April 27, 2023 | 8 min. 50 sec. | Mario Dumont (QUB Radio) Interview (in French) with Vincent Geloso, Senior Economist at […]
Why Economic Growth Is Good for Your Health
There is a connection between economic growth and increased life expectancy, concludes this study published by the MEI. “With some people calling for ‘degrowth,’ it’s worth remembering that a wealthier world is a healthier world,” says Vincent Geloso, Senior Economist at the MEI and author of the study.
IEDM – Le privé est-il plus coûteux en santé? – Renaud Brossard
April 26, 2023 | 16 min. 15 sec. | Marceau le midi (BLVD 102.1) Interview (in French) with Renaud Brossard, Senior Director, […]
Clarification: Is private sector health care more expensive?
Montreal, April 24, 2023 – The data published by the Institut de recherche et d’informations socioéconomiques (IRIS) this morning paint a misleading picture of the costs of health care in Quebec, states the senior director of communications at the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI).
Healthcare in Canada 2023
The Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) commissioned Ipsos to poll Canadians on their opinions regarding various healthcare-related issues.
Bill 15: Quebec is centralizing again
Montreal, March 29, 2023 – The creation of the Santé Québec agency will reduce the autonomy of facilities and do nothing to keep nurses from leaving the profession, warns the Montreal Economic Institute following the tabling of Quebec’s Bill 15 on health care.