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Learn about Canada's health care system, including Medicare, funding, accessing health care services and delivery.
This report is one in a series of five syntheses of Primary Health Care Transition Fund (PHCTF) initiative results addressing the following topics: Chronic Disease Prevention and Management, Collaborative Care, Evaluation and Evidence and Information Management and Technology. The fifth report is an overall analysis on the role and impact of the PHCTF in primary health care renewal entitled Laying the Groundwork for Culture Change: The Legacy of the Primary Health Care Transition Fund.
The Health Care Policy Contribution Program (HCPCP) provides time-limited funding for projects that improve the accessibility, quality, sustainability and accountability of Canada's health care system.
Health Canada answers to common questions about primary health care in Canada.
The Health Human Resource Strategy is a component of the Health Care Policy Contribution Program. The goal of the Strategy is to aid the establishment of an adequate supply of health care providers while promoting optimal working conditions.
This data set provides an analysis of acute care hospital expenditures for Prince Edward Island, from 2010/11. Hospital operating account expenditures represents funding provided by Government net of revenue to support Acute and Community Hospitals including lab and diagnostic imaging services, dialysis services and hospital pharmacy services. The number of In-Province Acute Care beds includes only those located in the seven hospitals. Expenditures include in-patient as well as outpatient expenditures.
Health Yukon consists of a number of initiatives that leverage technology to increase access to care, provide opportunities to bring care closer to home, improve delivery and coordination of care and improve both the client and provider experience in Yukon. This initiative supports or directly responds to 30 of the recommendations in the Putting People First Final Report, and it is the foundation for a more collaborative, person-centred health and social services system.
The Canada Health Act (CHA or the Act) is Canada's federal legislation for publicly funded health care insurance.
The Health Care System Innovation (HCSI) component is designed to stimulate health care policy analysis and development, advance strategic thinking and policy options, and facilitate joint federal/provincial/territorial initiatives for the benefit of the publicly-funded health care system.
This document provides care guidance specific to the COVID-19 pandemic in Canadian homes/facilities where older adults require continuous supervised care, including professional health services, personal care and other services such as meals, laundry and housekeeping.