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Grey Zones: Emerging Issues at the Boundaries of the Canada Health Act

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April 26, 2012

Greater clarity is needed in the controversial  “grey zones” of the Canada Health Act to contribute to the quality of public debate and advance  healthcare reform, according to a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute.  In Grey Zones: Emerging Issues at the Boundaries of the Canada Health Act, author Gerard Boychuk examines four hot-button issues in the national debate over healthcare reform and recommends the federal government clarify the Act  and remove a significant barrier to possible healthcare reforms.

 

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Gerard W. Boychuk

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