Canada falls short in several areas of health care in comparison to other OECD countries, report says

Dr. Tara Kiran spoke with The Globe and Mail about a new report published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal which reveals how Canada falls short in several key areas in comparison with nine other Organization for Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. Canada has fewer physicians overall per capita, spends less of its total health budget on primary care, and has relatively high maternal- and infant-mortality rates.

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