The Mazankowski Report is ingenious in design. It is in fact a report in three movements. It begins with a well-modulated analysis of internal reforms needed to improve the system, generally harmonious with the prescriptions of other national and provincial reports. Its financial analyses are composed in a more ominous minor key. Its defining moment is a jarring ideological crescendo that may turn out to be its legacy in the Canadian healthcare debate.
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