Measuring the Level and Determinants of Health System Efficiency in Canada – Canadian Institute for Health Information – 10 April 2014

Posted on April 14, 2014. Filed under: Health Economics, Health Systems Improvement | Tags: , , |

Measuring the Level and Determinants of Health System Efficiency in Canada – Canadian Institute for Health Information – 10 April 2014

Public summary: Health system efficiency in Canada: A closer look

Press release: More efficient health system would save lives, money

“…the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) released a new study on the efficiency of the Canadian health system. Measuring the Level and Determinants of Health System Efficiency in Canada examines why health system efficiency varies across Canada, what could be done about it, and what a perfectly efficient health system might look like.

The study estimates the average level of inefficiency to be between 18% and 35%. This means that up to 24,500 premature deaths could be prevented every year—without additional spending.”

… continues on the site

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