Healthcare Quarterly

Healthcare Quarterly 6(4) June 2003 : 30-32.doi:10.12927/hcq..16478

The Health Council of Canada: A Speculation on a Constructive Agenda

Michael B. Decter


Mr. Romanow and Senator Kirby each devoted several years and intense effort to studying the Canadian healthcare system. They both came to the view that a national health council is a good idea. Their shared hope was that a health council could bring evidence and reason to bear on health problems that are often buried in the rhetorical avalanche of intergovernmental combat. One suspects that most Canadians also prefer light to heat in health matters.



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