Seven in Ten Canadians Think That the Overall Quality of the Health Care System in Canada Will Be the Same (39%) or Worse (32%) in Ten Years

To Meet Future Health Care Needs, Canadians Say Leaders Should Focus on Human Resources/Training (32%) and Funding/Facilities (15%)

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Ottawa, ON – A new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association shows that most Canadians expect little improvement with the health care system, as seven in ten say that the overall quality of the system will be the same (39%) or worse (32%) in ten years time.

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Seven in Ten Canadians Think That the Overall Quality of the Health Care System in Canada Will Be the Same (39%) or Worse (32%) in Ten Years

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