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Building on values : the future of health care in Canada [Romanow report] / Health Canada. Commission on the future of health care ; ROMANOW, Roy J..
Saskatoon : Commission on the future of health care in Canada, 2002, xxxiv, 356 p.

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Mots-clés principaux
:
Politique de la santé
Système sociosanitaire
Canada

Mots-clés secondaires : Accessibilité des soins et services ; Autochtone ; Dossier médical ; Effectifs médicaux, dentaires et pharmaceutiques ; Financement ; Médicament ; Milieu rural ; Perspective internationale ; Prévention ; Soins à domicile ; Soins primaires

Résumé :

- Chapter 1 - Sustaining Medicare :
Chapter 1 argues that Canada's health care system has served Canadians well and is as sustainable as Canadians want it to be. In addition to the imperative for social consensus for a public health system, the issue of sustainability needs to be assessed from three dimensions : services, needs and resources. Effective governance is needed to bring equilibrium between these dimensions.
- Chapter 2 - Health Care, Citizenship and Federalism :
Chapter 2 lays the foundation for all other aspects of the report and recommends a renewed commitment to medicare, new governance approaches, stable and predictable long-term funding, and targeted funding to facilitate change in critical areas.
- Chapter 3 - Information, Evidence and Ideas :
Chapter 3 sets the stage for electronic health records, a more comprehensive use of information management and technology, including health technology assessment, to provide essential information throughout the health care system, and a targeted focus on applied research.
- Chapter 4 - Investing in Health Care Providers :
Chapter 4 addresses the future for Canada's health workforce, tackling immediate issues of supply and distribution but also larger issues relating to their changing roles and responsibilities, and the need for comprehensive, long-term national strategies.
- Chapter 5 - Primary Health Care and Prevention :
Chapter 5 outlines the need to accelerate ongoing efforts to reform how primary care services are delivered in Canada and to improve their focus on wellness. It also identifies ways to remove traditional obstacles to these reforms.
- Chapter 6 - Improving Access, Ensuring Quality :
Chapter 6 directly tackles Canadians' concerns about waiting times, access and quality in our health care system.
- Chapter 7 - Rural and Remote Communities :
Chapter 7 establishes a new Rural and Remote Access Fund to improve access to quality health care and services in smaller communities across the country.
- Chapter 8 - Home Care : The Next Essential Service :
Chapter 8 outlines three critical areas where home care must become an essential service under the "Canada Health Act" umbrella.
- Chapter 9 - Prescription Drugs :
Chapter 9 addresses the difficult issue of prescription drugs, takes the important first step to integrate prescription drugs into Canada's health care system, and proposes a new National Drug Agency.
- Chapter 10 - A New Approach to Aboriginal Health :
In Chapter 10, we address the serious disparities in health for Canada's Aboriginal peoples and propose a new approach that cuts across traditional boundaries and focuses squarely on improving their health.
- Chapter 11 - Health Care and Globalization :
Chapter 11 moves beyond Canada's boundaries to examine Canada's role in the global context.

Notes :
Existe aussi en français sous le titre : "Guidé par nos valeurs : l'avenir des soins de santé au Canada"

Langue : Anglais
Type d'ouvrage AQESSS : R
Doc n° : 13277 ISBN / ISSN : 0-662-33043-9
NumRec : 1327703
Voir aussi

RAPPORT FINAL REPORT

RAPPORT FINAL

RAPPORT FINAL

FINAL REPORT

RAPPORT FINAL

FINAL REPORT

RAPPORT (ANGLAIS)

Introduction

GUIDELINE

Introduction

Introduction

QUESTIONNAIRE

PREMIERE VERSION

PREMIERE VERSION
HCC_Final_Report.PDF
HCC_Final_Report.PDF

Contexte général

CARTES

CARTES

CARTES

MAPS

Document de travail

Première partie

Related reports

IMAGES

Français

RAPPORTS TECHNIQUES/TECHNICAL REPORTS

ETUDES COMPLÉMENTAIRES/SUBSTUDIES

ANNEXES

APPENDIX

DOCUMENTS AFFILIES

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

Chapitres 1-2

SUPPORTING MATERIALS

Les personnes âgées et le vieillissement démograph
HCC_News_Release.PDF
HCC_News_Release.PDF

Deuxième partie

SYNTHESES PAR QUESTION

Projets personnes âgées

English


HCC_RoyRomanowSpeech.PDF
HCC_RoyRomanowSpeech.PDF

Ménages et familles

Chapitres 3-5

Mortalité, causes de décès et état de santé

DOCUMENTS DE TRAVAIL

DOCUMENTS DE TRAVAIL
HCC1_AboriginalHealthPartnerships.PDF
HCC1_AboriginalHealthPartnerships.PDF

Troisième partie
HCC2_CatastrophicDrugTransfert.PDF
HCC2_CatastrophicDrugTransfert.PDF

Santé

Chapitres 6-8

L'éducation et l'acquisition des connaissances
HCC3_CommissionActivitiesStatistics.PDF
HCC3_CommissionActivitiesStatistics.PDF

Conclusion
HCC4_ComRecommendationsOnFunding.PDF
HCC4_ComRecommendationsOnFunding.PDF

Chapitres 9-11

La consommation

Annexes
HCC5_PrivateProvisionOfDiagnosticServ.PD
HCC5_PrivateProvisionOfDiagnosticServ.PD

EN FRANCAIS

Éducation

Chapitres 12-15

Les sources de revenu

Table des matières

Chapitres 16-18

Synthèse et conclusion

Participation au marché du travail

Chapitres 19-23

Chapitres 24-27

Niveau de vie

Chapitres 28-30

Annexes 1-2

Annexes 3-4

Sécurité des personnes

Emploi du temps

Participation sociale

Conclusion
 

       

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