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Making medicare : new perspectives on the history of medicare in Canada /

edited by Gregory P. Marchildon.

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Names: Marchildon, Gregory P.,
Published: Toronto [Ont.] : University of Toronto Press, ©2012.
Series: Institute of Public Administration of Canada series in public management and governance.
Topics: National health insurance - Canada - History. | Medical policy - Canada - Provinces - History. | Public health administration - Canada - Provinces - History. | Health Policy - history. | History, 20th Century. | History, 21st Century. | National Health Programs - history. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Public Policy - General. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Insurance - Risk Assessment & Management.
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1 Canadian Medicare: Why History Matters / Gregory P . Marchildon -- Part One: National History of Medicine. 2 The Foundations of National Public Hospital Insurance / Aleck Ostry -- 3 Into Thin Air: Making National Health Policy, 1939-45 41 / Heather Macdougall -- 4 The Liberal Party and the Achievement of National Medicare / P . E. Bryden -- 5 Political Cartoonists Respond to Medicare / Felicity Pope -- 6 After Medicare: Regionalization and Canadian Health Care Reform / Terry Boychuk.
Part Three: Oral History and the Birth of Medicare Witnesses to Medicare in Saskatchewan: Medicare Workshop at the University of Saskatchewan- Wednesday, 20 May 2007 -- 13 The Struggle to Implement Medicare / Allan Blakeney -- 14 Working for Medicare / Betsy Bury -- 15 A Physician on the Front Line of Medicare / John D. Bury -- 16 My Experience in the Medicare Battle and the Woods Commission / Roy Romanow -- 17 A Brief Retrospective on the Royal Commission on Health Services / Jack Boan -- Conclusion -- 18 A New Prescription: Adding Historical Analysis to Health Policy / Heather Macdougall.

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