Canadians should press federal political parties to discuss their positions on the quality of healthcare across the country. So says Joshua Tepper, an adviser with EvidenceNetwork.ca, in a new column.

Tepper adds there are four main ways Canadian healthcare can be improved. The list includes finding ways to provide more timely access to primary caregivers, as well as strengthening connections within the industry (e.g., the links between hospitals and family doctors).

To read the full column, click here.

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