Paramedics are an untapped resource that can help solve the issue of long emergency department wait times. Paramedicine is a growing field and gone are the days of the “you call, we haul” mentality of old-school EMS.
To bridge the access gap in Canada’s health systems, relieve mounting pressures on emergency departments, and address prolonged wait times for surgeries, we must maximize the capabilities of nurse practitioners.
Ten finalists have been chosen for the Hunter Prize for Public Policy, along with their groundbreaking ideas to fundamentally improve Canada’s health-care system.
On private health care, the Supreme Court doesn’t want to hear it. The Hub Roundtable discusses the fallout
This week’s Hub Dialogue Roundtable discusses the implications of the Supreme Court’s recent decision not to hear the Cambie case about access to private health care clinics. Is this a major setback…
MEI celebrates a quarter century as the rest of the country is ‘finally catching up’ to Quebec on health care
The Montreal Economic Institute, a free market think tank based in Quebec, will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year with a new president and CEO taking charge.
In general we have too much governmental regulation and red tape. So why is Big Pharma an exception that needs more, not less regulation? The answer is their history of frequently unchecked greed and dishonesty.
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the First Ministers’ meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, as well as the different approaches that a Conservative government could pursue to uphold Poilievre’s commitment to defund the CBC.
If one strips back the political hyperbole, the crux of the federal-provincial deal is itself not that big of a deal. And that’s actually a good thing.
Ford’s expansion is not private care. It is a shift back to Medicare’s founding principles. Premier Ford has started to slice apart payment for care and management of medicine. He aims to disentangle political risk and service delivery.
This week’s Hub Dialogue Roundtable discusses Canada’s decision to send 200 armoured vehicles to Ukraine and whether this represents an escalation, as well as the health care news that emerged out of Ontario this week.