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Management: A Quantum Leap or A Paradigm Shift?"
Risk Insurance Management Society, (RIMS) Canada Conference,
Victoria B.C - October 21 2003
Interface Relationships - Health Authorities Opportunities and Challenges."
Okanagan Technology Symposium 2003 - Kelowna, BC
Insurance Regulations: The Canadian Model - an example to follow?
An abridged version of a presentation given by Tim Lynch at the International
Travel Insurance Conference, London, U.K. 9th May 2001. This presentation
explores why it is illegal to sell "medical" and "standard
ward hospital" insurance in Canada and explains the structure
of Canada's two-tier health care system. In addition to Canada the
only other countries in the world where it is illegal to sell medical
insurance are Cuba, North Korea and Albania.
Blood Borne Pathogens Crises: Learning from the Canadian Experience
Presentation at The 8th Asia-Pacific Regional Congress of International
Society for Blood Transfusion. Beijing, China, November 1, 1997
a Minefield: Obtaining Reimbursement for Perscription Medicines
Bethune Clinic: A physician owned integrated health care delivery
Technology Assessment: An academic exercise or a business reality?
Canada is a producer of academic researchers who engage in health
technology research. This presentation argues for a more pragmatic
business approach to the reality of growing a new idea into a viable
Systems Integration: Canada's publicly funded health system
has evolved from the time when Tommy Douglas defended the rights of
all Canadians to have access to medical care and in-patient hospitals
care without having to pay for such services at time of need. This
presentation explores how medical specialization lead to recognized
levels of health care and the integration of these medical services
with social services and environmental health.