Comparing Performance of Universal Health Care Countries, 2017 – Fraser Institute

Comparing the performance of different countries’ health-care systems provides an opportunity for policy makers and the general public to determine how well Canada’s health-care system is performing relative to its international peers. Overall, the data examined suggest that, although Canada’s is among the most expensive universal-access health-care systems in the OECD, its performance is modest to poor. This study uses a “value for money approach” to compare the cost and performance of 29 universal health-care systems in high-income countries. Five measures of the overall health status of the population are also included. Click here to download the full report




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