Healthcare Quarterly 6(1) September 2002 : 72-75.doi:10.12927/hcq..16661
Governance of hospitals and healthcare systems in Canada has undergone major changes, in parallel to the profound health reform that has occurred in every region of Canada in the 1990s. Government-ordained mergers or hospital closures have abolished many hospital boards altogether. Mergers/consolidations and regionalization have also resulted in a single board now being responsible for many hospitals and often many other healthcare facilities and programs.
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