Health Economics

Direct-to-consumer advertising gets a bad rap in Canada. But is it really such a negative force?

Women in Taiwan undergo hysterectomies at a much higher rate than those living in the rest of the world. It seems a well-meaning public insurance program may be responsible
In the last hour before they clock out, emergency department doctors see their patients less but order more tests. What are the lessons for hospitals?
The role of technology and physician behaviour get a closer look
Bending the healthcare cost curve in the U.S. — and Canada — will require tough decisions on how to define and measure quality healthcare

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