Waiting for Medical Services in Canda: Lots of Heat, but Little Light
The Canadian debate about access to care, and waiting lists in particular, is characterized by disturbing chasms between widely held views and research evidence. This disjunction apprears to be the product of a number of factors, including lack of standars approaches to measurement and reporting of waiting-list lengths and waiting time and a general ignorance (or disregard) of the effects of comprting approaches to managing waiting lists in Canada and abroad.
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