By David Thomas, Barbara Boyle Torrey
This completely revised version of Canada and the USA: alterations that Count keeps to deal with, in a well timed manner, key associations and coverage parts, including new chapters on welfare, race and public coverage, values, demography, crime, the surroundings, clash answer, and federalism. info resources for extra study have additionally been incorporated. As within the earlier variations, the publication doesn't suppose that modifications are expanding or reducing or that one nation is "better" than the opposite. In a simple and readable demeanour, the booklet appears on the Canadian manner and the yankee method of doing issues. From health and wellbeing care to crime (and punishment); from immigration to race and public coverage; from tax rules to the surroundings; from values to top ministers and presidents there are as many transformations as there are similarities within the manner the 2 nations do issues, and never occasionally it seems that the similarities and modifications should not as we now have assumed them to be.
In Canada and the USA: adjustments that count number, 3rd Edition, best specialists examine and distinction the Canadian and the yank reviews. They accomplish that within the wish of constructing a greater realizing of the similarities and ameliorations in order that policy-makers, scholars, and usual voters in all the nations could examine from the studies of the other.
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Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1992) pp. 246-262 is reprinted by permission of the author. Cover: One effect of the differences in Canadian and American policies can be clearly seen in this satelite image of the Milk River crossing the Alberta-Montana border; American policies encourage grain growing in this sort of terrain; the Canadian landscape is dominated by rangeland. ERS-1 Image acquired by CCRS on August 13, 1991; © ESA 1993; courtesy CCRS and Radarsat International Inc. PRINTED IN CANADA 10 98 7 6 5 4 3 2 Page 5 CONTENTS Preface 7 Introduction 9 Part One: The Price We Pay: Taxing, Spending & Regulating Less is More: Contrasting Styles in Health Care Robert G.
But second, and perhaps most important, the Canadian programs are administered by governments which are responsible to the whole population. When most of the population has private coverage, why should the average voter/taxpayer be concerned if poor people have difficulty getting coverage or care? Taxes may be lower, after all. And private insurers are not politically accountable, at least not directly. Any problems an individual faces in dealing with them are personal, not political. But in Canada such problemsare political; everyone is potentially involved.
Problems in cardiac surgery in Vancouver and Toronto in 1990, which were sorted out relatively rapidly, are still being referred to in the United States as if they were universal and permanent features of Canadian health care. That said, however, it is also true that in all modern health care systems payers are increasingly intruding upon the professional autonomy of physicians and limiting their freedom to perform or recommend any interventions which they see fit. The objectives are both cost control and improved effectiveness of care; there is some disagreement as to the relative weights of each.