PMID: 12216363Sep 10, 2002Paper

Long-term care funding in Canada: a policy mosaic

Journal of Aging & Social Policy
John P Hirdes

Abstract

When Canada was founded, health care was delegated as a provincial responsibility. Although the federal government shares a portion of health care costs, it is not directly responsible for the planning, delivery, and governance of health services. The 1984 Canada Health Act set national standards for the provision of physician and hospital services, but it does not apply to home care and long-term care facilities. Consequently, each province has established a unique approach to long-term care, resulting in a health policy mosaic. This paper examines different approaches to funding long-term care with a particular emphasis on the impacts of regionalization and of the implementation of case-mix-based funding systems.

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Aug 20, 2011·Canadian Journal on Aging = La Revue Canadienne Du Vieillissement·John P HirdesNancy White
Jan 25, 2018·Health Economics, Policy, and Law·Stephen Duckett
Dec 31, 2014·Canadian Journal on Aging = La Revue Canadienne Du Vieillissement·Saskia N SivananthanMargaret J McGregor
Apr 4, 2015·Healthcare Management Forum·Andrew P CostaIan McKillop
Dec 6, 2005·Healthcare Management Forum·Jacqueline McDonaldPatrick S Parfrey

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