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Canada remains only high-income universal health-care country to eschew private medical insurance

Understanding Universal Health Care Reform Options: Private Insurance finds that among 17 high-income countries with universal health care—including Australia, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands—all of them use private health insurance in some capacity to pay for medically necessary health-care costs, except Canada. Crucially, among those countries with comparable data, Canada has the longest wait times for medical necessary treatment.

https://www.fraserinstitute.org/studies/understanding-universal-health-care-reform-options-private-insurance

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