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If Politicians Won't Fix Healthcare, Maybe This Doctor Will

Daniel D. Veniez | Posted 10.21.2012 | Canada
Daniel D. Veniez

Does our belief in, and desire to have, a public universal health care system conflict with our human and individual right to have timely access to the care we need if the system is not responsive? That is the question that will soon be before the courts. Dr. Brian Day, former president of the Canadian Medical Association, is forcing the issue. He is now CEO of a private, for-profit hospital in Vancouver. We aren't supposed to have those in Canada, but we do. Everywhere. Why? Because there is a huge market demand for timely and quality health care that is not being met by the public system.

The Feds Should Pony Up For Birth Control, Say Doctors

CBC | Posted 10.16.2012 | Canada Living

Doctors at the Canadian Medical Association's annual general meeting voted today in support of a motion asking the federal government to pay for birth...

Wealth Means Health In Canada

CBC | Posted 10.13.2012 | Canada Business

Canadians in lower income groups report poorer health than their wealthier counterparts, a poll for the Canadian Medical Association suggests. ...

Facebook Should Not Be Treated like Other Media

Mitch Joel | Posted 07.29.2012 | Canada
Mitch Joel

What does Facebook sell? You could say advertising. They sell advertising to the tune of several billions of dollars each and every year. If Facebook is a media company, we then have to ask ourselves: What kind of media channel does Facebook provide and how does it compare to those other media channels?

Health vs. Health Care: Knowing the Difference, Fighting for Both

Hon. Carolyn Bennett | Posted 10.19.2011 | Canada
Hon. Carolyn Bennett

Do we want a strong fence at the top of the cliff or the state-of-the-art fleet of ambulances and paramedics at the bottom? Do we want clean air or puffers and respirators for all? Should governments boast how much they are spending on the health care system, or the health of their populations -- leaving no one behind.

Wait Times Climb For Urgent Care

Posted 08.27.2011 | Canada

CBC — It's taking longer for patients with an urgent condition to see a doctor, a new survey suggests. The Canadian Medical Association, the Coll...