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Sustainability and Resilience in the Canadian Health System – A PHSSR Report

The Institute of Health Economics contributed as part of the team authoring the Canada Report for the Partnership for Health Sustainability and Resilience (PHSSR) initiative. https://www.phssr.org/findings  The report lead author was Dr. Sara Allin, the Director for the North American Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. https://www.dlsph.utoronto.ca/2022/11/15/strengthening-primary-care-key-to-rebuilding-canadas-crumbling-healthcare-system/  The PHSSR is a global collaboration between academic, non-governmental, life sciences, healthcare and business organizations. The Canadian assessment is one of more than 20 studies, either underway or complete, in over 20 countries worldwide, including England, France and Germany. Leveraging a framework developed by the London School of Economics and Political Science, the report identifies the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks of the Canadian healthcare system across seven key domains: health system governance; health system financing; health system workforce; medicines and technology; health service delivery; population health; and environmental sustainability.

Publication Type: Policy Report

Year of Publication: 2022

Topics: Health Policy

Authors: Sara Allin, Sierra Campbell, Margaret Jamieson, Fiona Miller, Monika Roerig, John Sproule