HealthcarePapers 2(4) March 2002 : 27-30.doi:10.12927/hcpap..16920
While the recent Mazankowski Report offers many wise suggestions for how the health system might be strengthened and the health of the population improved, some of the other ideas it presents are not so meritorious. These are most notable in the recommendations related to finance, where the Premier's Advisory Council has relied more on rhetoric than on evidence.
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