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There is a wide consensus that Canada's heathcare systems are operating nowhere near acceptable efficiency. The authors of this paper argue that the issue is not one of people but rather process.

Smith School of Business

Goodes Hall, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6

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