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In Managing Healthcare for an Aging Population: Does the Demographic Glacier Portend a Fiscal Ice-Age in Ontario? authors Colin Busby and William B.P. Robson recommend that Ontario prefund selected healthcare services and benchmark against other
November 19, 2010 Deborah Warkus spent the last moments of her life fighting the Ontario health ministry to gain access to a $4,000-a-month drug to treat her invasive breast cancer...Lucas Maciesza, 26, is lying in a Guelph-area hospital, bleeding to
T he way generic drug prices are set in Ontario is downright bizarre: The government drug plan negotiates (or, more precisely, imposes) a price that it will pay to pharmacies – about 50 per cent of the price of the equivalent brand-name drug.
N otes from a scandal While counterintuitive, it's entirely possible that the Jaffer-Guergis scandal could prove to be the best thing that's happened to Stephen Harper in some time. As John Ibbitson points out (Lacking Details From PM, Scandal Trumps
EDT Last updated on Tuesday, Apr. 06, 2010 3:06AM EDT I t’s about to get loud. Through months of acrimonious behind-the-scenes talks, pharmacists have said little publicly about the Ontario government’s efforts to overhaul their business model.