Regardless of how health care insurance is funded consumers in both the us and canada have concerns about which health care services are covered under their respective health care systems because of differences in how the systems are funded consumers in each country end up having different access to types of health care services. Part i of this book explores the economists debate over the relative costs of the two health care systems part ii explores the debate about access and quality of outcomes in the us and canadian systems part iii of this book incorporates surveys and debate on the us and canadian health care systems in terms of satisfaction interest and willingness to accept either the us market driven . In discussions of health care reform the canadian system is often held up as a possible model for the us the two countries health care systems are very different canada has a single payer mostly publicly funded system while the us has a multi payer heavily private system but the countries appear to be culturally similar suggesting that it might be possible for the us to adopt the . Get this from a library how to choose a comparison of the us and canadian health care systems robert chernomas ardeshir sepehri part i of this book explores the economists debate over the relative costs of the two health care systems part ii explores the debate about access and quality of outcomes in the us and canadian . A closer look at health care in canada jacques krasny and ian r ferrier us canadian health spending methods and assumptions daniel r waldo and sally t sonnefeld us canadian comparison the authors respond jacques krasny and ian r ferrier an economists brief guide to the recent debate on the canadian health care system
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