Nine in 10 Canadians say all Governments Should Cooperate to Develop a National Strategy for Seniors Health Care

Canada needs a national strategy for seniors health care that addresses the need for care at home, hospitals, hospices and long-term care facilities and at the end of life. A national strategy on seniors health would improve the entire health care system by supporting elderly patients at home as long as possible.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Toronto, ON – The Canadian Medical Association’s (CMA) annual report card on the health care system reveals that nine out of 10 (93%) Canadians polled by Ipsos Reid support a national seniors strategy and believe it would augment the overall health care system (90%). Canadians overwhelmingly support a national strategy on seniors...

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Nine in 10 Canadians say all Governments Should Cooperate to Develop a National Strategy for Seniors Health Care

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