CMA's direction on the public-private interface

October 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/24/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 9, p1047
Academic Journal
The article provides a list of some of the resolutions that will direct the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) in 2007. In support for the publicly funded system, the CMA will establish pan-Canadian medically determined wait-time benchmarks for all major diagnostic, surgical and emergency services. It will also develop a code of conduct for doctors providing services that are publicly and privately delivered.


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