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Is Two-Tier Health Care the Future?

edited by Colleen M. Flood; Bryan Thomas, contributions by Jonathan Mullen; Sara Allin; Sara Burke; Lorraine Frisina Doetter; Noushon Farmanara; Jeremiah Hurley; Martha Jackman; Bridget Johnston; Fiona McDonald; Rachel McKay; Zeynep Or; Gregory P. Marchildon; Aurélie Pierre; Amélie Quesnel-Vallée; David Rudoler; Achim Schmid; Rikke Siersbaek; Stephen Thomas; Vanessa Gruben; Stephen Duckett; Danielle Dawson; Sarah Barry & Carolyn Hughes Tuohy

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Cet ouvrage fait l’analyse des expériences canadienne, australienne, irlandaise, française et d’ailleurs en matière de réglementation de soins de santé à deux vitesses afin d’en tirer des options en matière de politiques publiques qui pourraient être mises en place advenant que la contestation constitutionnelle actuelle du système des soins de santé ait gain de cause.

Le Canada fait souvent bande à part dans la mesure où il limite sévèrement l’injection de fonds privés dans les services publics de soins de santé. Or, une contestation constitutionnelle des lois qui protègent ces services publics est présentement en cours. Si les cliniques privées et les médecins réussissent à avoir gain de cause et à faire abolir les lois qui protègent ces services publics, les décideurs auront très peu de temps pour élaborer de nouvelles lois et politiques qui protégeront le système canadien d’une privatisation poussée.

Les collaborateurs à ce volume sont experts en droit, en économie, en histoire, en médecine, en sociologie, en science politique et en politique publique. Une analyse qui fait appel à ces disciplines permettrait de mieux déterminer la meilleure façon de réglementer un système de soins à deux vitesses.

Parmi les sujets abordés, nommons l’histoire du financement privé des soins de santé canadiens, une analyse des défis historiques et de la contestation constitutionnelle actuelle auxquels sont confrontés les soins de santé, l’analyse de la réglementation des systèmes à deux vitesse en Australie, en Irlande et en France, et les leçons retenues pour le Canada, le modèle économique d’un système de financement parallèle, les liens entre l’inégalité croissante et la demande accrue pour des assurances privées, les questions éthiques liées au resquillage, les soins à domicile à deux vitesse au Canada, l’autoréglementation en tant que moyen de réglementer les soins à deux vitesse, l’utilisation de contrats de médecins pour limiter les soins à deux vitesse, et la synthèse des options juridiques et en matière de politiques publiques pour réglementer les soins à deux vitesses au Canada. Les thématiques reprises tout au long des chapitres multidisciplinaires sont présentées dans l’introduction puis ramenées en conclusion pour offrir une compréhension approfondie des enjeux de ce grand débat sur l’avenir des soins de santé.

Ce livre est publié en anglais. 

About the Authors
Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Colleen M. Flood FRSC is a University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and inaugural director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
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Contributor Notes

Colleen M. Flood (FRSC) est titulaire de la chaire de recherche en droit et politique de la santé de l’Université d’Ottawa et première directrice du Centre de droit, politique et éthique de la santé. De 2017 à 2018, elle a occupé le poste de vice-présidente associée à la recherche de l’Université d’Ottawa. De 2000 à 2015, elle a été professeure et titulaire de la chaire de recherche de la Faculté de droit de l’Université de Toronto avec des nominations conjointes à la School of Public Policy et à l’Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation. De 2006 à 2011, elle a été directrice scientifique de l’Institut des services et des politiques de la santé, qui est l’un des Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada.

 

Bryan Thomas est agrégé supérieur de recherche au Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics et professeur adjoint à la Faculté de droit de l’Université d’Ottawa. Son champ de recherche couvre un vaste éventail de thématiques : droit et politique de la santé comparés, litiges en matière de droit de la santé, soins de longue durée, droit mondial de la santé, rôle de l’argument religieux dans le discours politique et juridique... Il est titulaire d’un doctorat en droit de l’Université de Toronto et d’une maîtrise en philosophie de l’Université Dalhousie.

 

 

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divsegoe ui",="" system-ui,="" "apple="" color="" emoji",="" "segoe="" ui="" sans-serif;="" 14px;"="">Is Two-Tier Health Care the Future?, is the best book in years about the past, present and future of Canadian Medicare. The book, with its compelling introduction by Colleen Flood and Bryan Thomas, is well written and well edited. Unlike many edited volumes, authors have written coherent, linked, chapters on the most controversial topics in Canadian medical care. These prominently include the history of intense disputes over private and public finance of hospitals and physicians, and address how and why private finance of Canadian medical care has always been and will continue to be so controversial. The most unusual feature of Canadian health care policy—illuminated by chapters on medical finance in other rich democracies—is how judicial decision making in Medicare’s past and present has become dominated by constitutional law and disputes about how much market allocation is tolerable in an egalitarian program like Canada’s Medicare. How that came to be over the past few decades and what the BC Cambie Clinic case means for the future is what this serious work of scholarship provides.

— Theodore R. Marmor

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