Let’s have an adult conversation about the Canadian healthcare system and how it needs to evolve to meet today’s needs. The only way I can see this being successful is furthering the conversation on a public-private partnership. Not everybody will like this, but let’s be realistic: The system is failing and has been for quite some time.
I posted a twitter poll months ago asking the question “Would you support a mixed public-private healthcare system?”, just to see how informed people are about the healthcare system. The responses were mixed suggest that only 17% of the people were aware that Canada already has a private health care option.
The results of the poll showed well over 80% of people were in favor, but let’s again be realistic, this is a twitter poll which is usually limited. However, it’s about as scientific as the media polls you see online which are easily manipulated should that ‘subset’ of people I mentioned earlier, get ahold of it.
Regardless, various polling suggests a vast majority of Canadians surveyed, 85 per cent, now say they believe “drastic changes” are needed to the health care system.
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