Healthcare Like Canada?

by Larry Emmott on June 26, 2011

in Health Care Politics

Stealthmode is written by Francine Hardaway a former patient and technology consultant. Following is an excerpt from a recent conversation she had with her family physician who has practiced both in Canada and the US. Worth reading.

In Canada, the untold story is that although they are insured, 300,000 people are without a primary care doctor — because no matter how many doctors there are, it won’t be enough if they limit the number of appointments the can grant a month

via Francine Hardaway’s Blog.

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