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If you let the wave of aging and chronic disease get into hospitals, we will swamp them,” Canada’s healthcare system is on a collision course with disaster unless leaders show political courage to turn away from costly hospitals says Michael Decter

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Saving Medicare by Michael Dector. As costs steadily rise, we need to build a healthcare system outside hospitals.

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  • Georgina MacDonald to Vice President, Western Canada and Development Initiatives, CIHI, Ottawa, ON
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  • Dr. Dan Weeks to President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC
  • Dr. Christine Kennedy to Acting Associate Medical Officer of Health, Grey Bruce Health Unit, Owen Sound, ON
  • William Lahey to Chair, Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation, Halifax, NS
  • Dr. Michael O’Leary to Dean, Allied Health Division, School of Health Sciences, Toronto, ON
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