Interprovincial spending comparisons prove difficult

Stewart, Jane
April 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;04/07/98, Vol. 158 Issue 7, p862
Academic Journal
Reports that Canadian provincial health care spending does not seem to be linked to health care determinants. Study by the Manitoba Center for Health Policy and Evaluation; Criteria for health spending; Purpose of study; Poor quality or lack of national health care data; Why Manitoba should spend more health care money; Cautions about study.


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