There is always a lot of talk about fixing the health care system in Canada. But often when people say they want to fix health care, they ususally mean they want to patch up a failing sysytem; almost no one openly discusses a true change to the way health care is delivered in this country.
In this article in Making Waves magazine, AIMS board member Dianne Kelderman says that we need to be innovative if we hope to deliver quality health care to Canadians. That means seeking more local solutions and broadening the debate to include a discussion of private health care delivery.
To read the article, click here.