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Canadian Health Care: Diagnosis, Prognosis, Prescription, with Bacchus Barua
COVID-19 has undoubtedly impacted our health care system. But how was it performing before the pandemic? Are over-crowded hospitals and long-waits times a temporary feature, or a defining characteristic of Canadian Health Care? What sort of “normal” can we look forward to returning to, and how can we improve it? Bacchus Barua will present objective international comparisons of performance, discuss Canada’s history with wait times, and propose some potential solutions based on the experiences of other universal health care systems.

This webinar will include a 30-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute question and answer period where attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions directly to the presenter.

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Mar 16, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Bacchus Barua
Associate Director, Fraser Institute's Centre for Health Policy Studies
Bacchus Barua is Associate Director of the Fraser Institute’s Centre for Health Policy Studies. He completed his BA (Honours) in Economics at the University of Delhi (Ramjas College) and received an MA in Economics from Simon Fraser University. Bacchus has conducted research on a range of key health care topics including hospital performance, access to new pharmaceuticals, the impact of aging on health care expenditures, and international comparisons of health care systems. He also designed the Provincial Healthcare Index (2013) and is the lead author of The Effect of Wait Times on Mortality in Canada, and Waiting Your Turn: Wait Times for Health Care in Canada (2010–2014).