4 edition of Guarding Canada"s health system found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 457-464) and index.
|Statement||by Eleanor Sawyer ; with the working group on the history of CHA.|
|Contributions||Canadian Healthcare Association.|
|LC Classifications||RA395.C2 S29 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 477 p. :|
|Number of Pages||477|
|LC Control Number||2007405068|
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The Canadian health care system: an overview. Vayda E, Deber RB. Although health care is a provincial responsibility in Canada, universal hospital insurance was fully adopted by ; universal medical insurance followed 10 years later. Each province enacted universal insurance after the federal government offered to pay 50% of provincial Cited by:.
Navigating Canada's Health Care is an indispensable, practical guide to getting the best care within the existing system. Filled with concrete, up-to-date information and surprising facts, it provides Canadians with much-needed information about what the system does and does not provide, arms them with strategies to become better advocates for themselves and for 5/5(1).An Overview of the Canadian Health Care System Jason M.
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