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May 27, 2014

Despite having more family physicians per capita than many other jurisdictions, Quebec lags Ontario and Western Europe when it comes to access to primary care, according to a report from the C.D. Howe Institute. In “The Case of the Vanishing Quebec Physicians: How to Improve Access to Care,” author Claude E. Forget, former Quebec Minister of Health and Social Services, calls for primary care reforms that focus on providing more care in communities and clinics, rather than in hospitals.

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Claude Forget
Claude Forget, Former Quebec Minister of Social Affairs; President, CEF Ganesh Corporation, Senior Fellows

Mr. Forget's career has spanned the public service, academia and private sector.