Organisation writes open letter to Prime Minister demanding “comprehensive, co-ordinated” action
Based on five indicators, the performance of the country’s health system is 'modest to poor'
An industry group examined different factors that contributed to the growing costs paid by private plans
The rebates that drug firms pay to middlemen have no relationship with upward price movements
According to the latest data, there have been 3,714 medically assisted deaths in Canada since legislation was enacted
When a proposal makes it appear as if the policy would pay for itself, clients should be wary
Firms that used to negotiate for the benefit of patients and plan sponsors may no longer be so altruistic
‘Burgers to Beat MS’ celebrates its 10th year and will add to the $11 million previously raised through the campaign