Canada: National Pharmacare Or ‘Fill The Gaps’?
A national pharmacare program in Canada could make it harder to access higher cost drugs.
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An advisory council established by the Canadian federal government is recommending the country implement a universal, single payer public pharmacare program.
Health authorities in Ontario, Canada, have become the first to offer a universal drug program offering younger patients access to free medicines. The move could be a small step towards eventually establishing a National Pharmacare Program across Canada.
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