The Canadian Health Care Debate: A Survey and Assessment of Key Studies – The Conference Board of Canada – May 2012

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The Canadian Health Care Debate: A Survey and Assessment of Key Studies – The Conference Board of Canada – May 2012

Report by Gabriela Prada, Tamara Brown

“A review of the 18 major Canadian studies on how to reform health care identifies 432 recommendations that fall into seven broad themes—with more than half dealing with system management processes, and funding and financing.
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This report reviews 18 of these major studies, looking at the more than 400 recommendations that fall into seven broad themes:

system management approaches and processes;
funding and financial models; quality and value for money;
health human resources;
health promotion and disease prevention;
innovation and innovative technologies;
and access to care.

It examines the proposals for reform, how they were received, their impact, and the areas of consensus and critical gaps and opportunities that need to be explored in future research by the Conference Board’s newly formed Canadian Alliance for Sustainable Health Care.”

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