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Medical Practitioner Delves into the Single Payer System: The Canadian’s Healthcare Delivery System

Victoria Beach , MB – WEBWIRE

How great could it be for a society to exist with such an efficient yet available to all healthcare services? Dr. Henry Krahn, a long practicing urologist, talks on his book “The Single Payer Healthcare System - Faults and Fixes” how the Canadian healthcare system can be improved so as to uphold its pride in the healthcare realm.

The book takes its readers to see how the provincial governments’ control over the funds for the healthcare services is causing the clogs on the delivery of the services. Since healthcare providers are being given a fixed budget, they have to adhere to it strictly thus the delay of diagnostics and cuts on number of hospital beds and working hours of healthcare professionals that should have sufficiently meet the demands.

Dr. Krahn presents persuasive arguments that shying away from government control and keeping it at arms-length, a “single-payer non-profit insurance system” will work best to fix the current dilemmas of the system in place. Instead of having the patients wait for months, diagnostic exams will be done in days. He adds to integrate an international insurance coverage at Canadian rates.

This book is a must-have for everyone who aspires to see a better healthcare system. A country’s wealth is not only measured by its GDP but also by the quality of health of its citizens.

The Single Payer Healthcare System - Faults and Fixesbook copies are available at

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