Ontario’s new health care plan is exactly the same


Ontario’s political leaders seem to have finally realized that our crumbling healthcare system is crumbling. You’ve learned simple words, denied the existence of waiting lists for 40 years, promised to fix them, failed miserably, and then recognized the obvious situation: you must have an IQ of 16.

Do you think it’s unfair? do they have a plan? Bosch.there is just five godly wishes Keep waving your arms and gooblahoi for desired outcomes like ‘offering the right care in the right place’ and ‘reducing surgical waiting lists’.

Essentially the “plan” is to make socialism work this time.And swarms of independent minds are rushing that way again. CTV’s “‘I thought I might die at home’: Canada’s healthcare system is collapsing, experts say,” is one of 6 million Google hits. And these professionals said the state’s virtual health line was told they were waiting nine hours to speak to a nurse, and a woman in excruciating pain called 911 but no ambulance came. It should be very prudent to diagnose acute cramborhythmia when the only symptom is Her ER wait was projected at 16 hours if she was dragged there.

she resorted to prayer.And with Ontario Prime Minister Doug Ford currently in the East while she’s in Nova Scotia, prayer may be Ontario’s best plan. Meet with the Prime Minister of Nova Scotia About how to fix your health care. how would he know? Why doesn’t Ford in Europe talk to people whose systems offer more mundane options than a literal “Hail Mary”? These prime ministers can then get together with his two other prime ministers and see the system fall apart peacefully if only Ottawa gives them more cash from its magic money tree. and decide again.

National Post ran substantial part I avoided the “crumble” cliché. Unfortunately, it was marred by the presence of one of his endlessly cited experts, Michael Rachlis. Deep Radio-Moscow Thought), “Jeffrey Simpson’s rather pathetic column on Wednesday’s User Fees is more than a prank, as it regurgitates the discussion of others on User Fees.” The healthcare system is broken, there is no easy fix.”

Of course there is. In fact, all OECD countries, except the United States, have better universal systems than ours, so a good number. Hear how it’s done in Australia, France, Sweden and Switzerland. You will get better care and pay less if you move that way.

I don’t want to be told, “But healthcare in Canada is free.” Nearly every state and territory consumes her 40% or more of program spending. Cost for Canadians is about $5,000 per personDepending on your income, the Fraser Institute estimates that a middle-class family of four pays about $15,000 a year. Unless you really need a cure and aren’t connected enough, this is a pretty bargain.

CBC covered the meme even more offensive than “Experts Say”. i.e. “Defenders and critics warn Ontario’s planned long-term care changes violate patient rights.” Critics, like experts, have views typical of mainstream journalists. CBC’s “Change won’t solve the core problem, critics say,” Verdict on Ford’s lack of planning. It’s horrible.

“Temporarily” of course. The words here mean “until you die and stop costing us money.” PS Euthanasia is one of the services we offer. However, the BC Court of Appeal ruled that you, being a Canadian, have no “patient rights.” Save for the glorious charter equal rights to suffer and die patiently on waiting lists, even when you can afford medical treatment from those who can help you, the wealth to go abroad or the “pull” to jump the line. along with all the other shrubs lacking the “.” Boochanby Clinic. Boo Private Care. Boo United States.

So what should we do? Nothing, of course.Ontario Health Minister Sylvia Jones claimed “All options are on the table” Then it had to be put back up as experts and supporters swooped in. But to be fair, it never occurred to me that she thought cool kids might adopt for-profit private hospitals like, say, MAGA hotbed Sweden I hate it.She meant all the options for us to continue doing what we were already doing but she works like magic this time. Private care option “Ontario is investing more to increase surgeries at OHIP-covered children’s hospitals and existing private clinics.” Existing Clinics. Covered with OHIP. same old same old

See IQ of 16 above.

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John Robson


John Robson is a documentary filmmaker, columnist for the National Post, contributing editor for the Dorchester Review, and executive director of Climate Discussion Nexus. His latest documentary is ‘The Environment: A True Story’.