"Ill-Informed" The Future of Universal Healthcare in Canada

Panelists Dr. Michael Rachlis, a private consultant in health policy analysis, and Christopher Longo, an assistant professor in McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business, discussed the benefits and risks of altering some of the features of Canada’s medicare, and engaged the audience on questions and concerns regarding the current medicare framework. 

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