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Doctors rushing with a patient on stretcher in a hospital
Doctors rushing with a patient on stretcher in a hospital
(Joshua Hodge Photography/iStockphoto)

Eight ways Ontario’s health care could be cheaper and better

We are not getting value for money for all our health-care spending. The status quo is not acceptable. Reform is overdue.

These are oft-heard refrains in political, public policy and business circles.

The latest to chime in on the issue is the Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity, an independent think tank (funded by the Ontario government) that focuses on monitoring the province’s competitiveness, productivity and economic progress.