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HEALTHCARE PRIORITIES IN CANADA: A BACKGROUNDER

an overview of healthcare in Canada and highlights seven priority areas central to healthcare policy ... dedicated to accelerating healthcare improvement and transformation for Canadians. While CFHI is .... patients waiting for more appropriate care elsewhere (Velhi, 2010)—remain a big problem in Canadian hospitals ...

harkness-healthcare-priorities-canada-backgrounder-e.pdf

Difficulty accessing health care services in Canada

Dec 8, 2016 ... In 2013, the majority of Canadians who needed health care (aged 15 years and older) did not report any difficulty with access (71%). • Of those who reported difficulties accessing services, “waiting too long for an appointment” and “difficulty getting an appointment” were the most common problems reported.

14683-eng.pdf

Health Care in Canada, 2011—A Focus on Seniors and Aging

The aging of Canada's population has brought several issues to the forefront for health care decision-makers. The increasing number of seniors itself will not threaten Canada's health care system, but it will require the system to adapt to meet changing health care needs. Among those challenges: to what extent.

HCIC_2011_seniors_report_en.pdf

The State of Seniors Health Care in Canada

Sep 19, 2016 ... are elderly — managing complex and ongoing health issues. Approximately 75- 80% of Canadian seniors report having one or more chronic condition.7. While population aging is “a modest driver of increasing health care costs” (estimated at . 0.9% per year), health care spending per person does increase ...

the-state-of-seniors-health-care-in-canada-september-2016.pdf

Never Events for Hospital Care in Canada: Safer Care

from Health Canada. The views expressed here do not necessarily represent the view of Health Canada. Never Events for Hospital Care in Canada. Safer Care for Patients ... reported, disclosure occurs routinely and open discussion and problem solving are encouraged — with patients and families as full and active ...

Never Events for Hospital Care in Canada.pdf

Health Care in Canada: Current Trends and Issues

Health Care in Canada: Current Trends and Issues. RAISA B. DEBER, JOHN E. F. HASTINGS, and. GAIL G. THOMPSON r D ANADA'S universal health care system is generally thought of as among the best in the world, but it is facing increasing strains. "Medicare" ensures that all. Canadian residents have access to all ...

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Canadian Perceptions of the Health Care System

understand how Canadian perceptions have changed since the Romanow Commission – including whether Canadians see the system as improving or deteriorating, and how they view governments' performance on health care issues. In addition, the report examines the state of Canadian opinion on issues such as ...

PublicPerceptions.pdf

Why Do We Need an Oral Health Care Policy in Canada?

Severe disparities in oral health and inequities in access to oral health care con- tinue and may even be increasing among. Canadians. These inequities are inconsistent with the .... Table 2 Indicators of expenditures on dental care in Canada, 1960–19997–9. Indicator ... Regulation Issues for Dentistry, Dental Hygiene.

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Improving access to oral health care for vulnerable people living in

Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, ensured the inclusion of the broad range of other health science disciplines. CAHS is modelled on the Institute of Medicine in the United States and provides timely, informed, and unbiased assessments of urgent issues affecting the health of Canadians. The process of CAHS's work ...

Access_to_Oral_Care_FINAL_REPORT_EN.pdf

Issues Affecting Access to Health Services in Northern, Rural and

Issues Affecting Access to Health Services in Northern, Rural and Remote Regions of Canada by Annette Browne. In Canada, access to health care reflects the strong social value of equality, defined as the distribution of services to those in need for the common good and health of all residents. Many would argue, however, ...

issues_affecting_access_to_health_services_in_northern.pdf

Reducing Wait Times for Health Care: What Canada Can Learn from

Date of issue: October 2013. Printed and bound in Canada. Cover design and artwork. Bill C. Ray. Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data. Reducing Wait Times for Health Care: What Canada Can Learn from Theory and International Experience / Steven Globerman (editor). Includes bibliographical ...

reducing-wait-times-for-health-care.pdf

Hiroya Ogata Health Care Reforms in Japan and Canada in the 21st

Summary. Japan and Canada have basically similar health care systems of publicly funded and privately delivered, although the funding and delivery mechanisms in detail are slightly different. Both countries have experienced the common health care problems of rapid growth in health care costs, changes in disease ...

Ogata.pdf

Issue Our Approach Critical Infrastructure and Canada's Health Sector

Canada over the last decade – floods, wildfires, storms, epidemics, and more – have affected the health sector's operations and tested its ... computer systems, or bioterrorism) could harm health system infrastructure, threatening the health and safety of Canadians. Page | ... experienced issues that affected care in the winter.

IssueBrief_CriticalInfrastructure_A.pdf

Current Issues in Mental Health in Canada: Homelessness and

Current Issues in Mental Health in Canada: Homelessness and Access to Housing. Publication No. 2014-11-E. 14 February 2014. Laura Munn-Rivard. Legal and Social Affairs Division. Parliamentary Information and Research Service ...

2014-11-e.pdf

Addressing inequities in access to quality health care for indigenous

Many issues influence access to quality health care for indigenous people. In this issue of CMAJ, Gao and colleagues1 describe inequities in access to health care and service utilization among Canadian Aborig- inal people with chronic kidney disease. Similar findings have been reported in Australia,2 New Zealand3 and ...

985.full.pdf

UNLEASHING INNOVATION: Excellent Healthcare for Canada

can claim well over 150 years of engagement with Canadian healthcare systems, along with substantial expertise in public policy and governance. However, preparing this report was a serious challenge, simply because so many issues might reasonably be included under the broad rubric of healthcare innovation.

report-healthcare-innovation-rapport-soins-eng.pdf

Health care problems in prisons

Unfortunately, the same problems exist at the federal level.4. Many prisoners in both provincial jails and federal pris- ons across Canada come from marginalized sectors of soci- ety. Many also originate in countries where there is inade- quate health care and high rates of diseases such as hepatitis, HIV and tuberculosis.

cmaj_162_5_664.pdf

Health & Social Care Policies for Older Persons with Dementia in

w w w . i h p m e . u t o r o n t o . c a. 2016 International Symposium on Health and Social. Policy for Older Persons with Dementia. June 29th, 2016, Seoul, South Korea. Health & Social Care Policies for Older. Persons with Dementia in Canada: Issues & Policy Directions. A. Paul Williams, PhD. Full Professor, Health Policy.

Williams SWSD2016 Dementia Canada may 29 2016 FINAL.pdf

Current Issues in Mental Health in Canada: Mental Health and the

Current Issues in Mental Health in Canada: Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System. Publication No. 2013-88-E. 16 December 2013. Tanya Dupuis. Robin MacKay. Julia Nicol. Legal and Social Affairs Division. Parliamentary Information and Research Service ...

2013-88-e.pdf

Health considerations in the Syrian refugee resettlement process in

Mar 17, 2016 ... the transition of Syrian refugees into a new life in Canada. In planning for the reception of Syrian refugees, government agencies did not anticipate major infectious disease threats. However, early findings from Europe and the experience of health care providers who serve other refugee populations ...

16vol42s-2_ar-02-eng.pdf