MLI's John Robson nails one health care problem on the head with his weekly column in today's Ottawa Citizen. In the column, Clichés are bad for our health, John knocks the transformational stuffing out of this week's Canadian Medical Association reports on the state of the Canadian health system. He begins:
"With Canada's health-care system in chronic crisis this is no time for stale clichés."
Alas, as John shows, the K1A-inspired new clichés employed by the CMA in their latest review may find favour with entrenched special interests – and timid politicians – but they won't make health care better for Canadians. Read more here…
Posted by George Young