Lessons from Canada: Stay Away from Nationalized Medicine

The United States isn’t the only country in North America grappling with the fiscal problems caused by an aging population and mounting federal deficits—Canada faces a similar fate. The difference is that, while the United States just passed a $1 trillion-plus government overhaul of health care, incorrectly justified by claims that it will reduce health care spending, Canada’s provinces are trying to figure out how to pay for their nationalized health care system, a major source of out-of-control growth in government spending.
Lessons from Canada: Stay Away from Nationalized Medicine | Fix Health Care Policy.

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