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Canada, United States, Health insurance, Canada Health Act, Health care expenditures, Supreme Court of Canada, Health care system funding
This Essay begins with an intentionally ambiguous title. Are comparisons to Canada relevant and useful for policy-makers in the United States and, if so, what lessons can we learn? Part II of this Essay highlights some of the risks and benefits of cross-border comparisons between the United States and Canada. In Part III, I analyze some of the key data points often cited in comparing the two health care systems. Part IV explores the current Canadian debate about private health insurance. Finally, in Part V, I focus on the lessons from Canada for the health insurance debate in the United States.
Connecticut Insurance Law Journal
Mary Anne Bobinski, The Health Insurance Debate in Canada: Lessons for the United States, 14 CONN. INS. L.J. 341 (2007).
Comparative and Foreign Law Commons, Health Law and Policy Commons, Health Policy Commons, Public Health Commons