Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Wait Times for Health Care in Canada Doubled Since 1993

This blog has discussed the evidence that Obamacare is reducing access to medical care. For those interested in the future of American health care, a look north of the border may be in order.

The Fraser Institute, an independent, non-profit Canadian research institute has published an annual report measuring data that the governments would prefer that the citizens ignore: How long it takes to get health care. It now takes over four months for Canadians to see a specialist after referral from a primary-care doctor.

Read the entire column at NCPA's Health Policy Blog.

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