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What Canada Can Teach Us about Medical Freedom

Peter St. Onge New Hampshire 2021

Tags Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

06/28/2021Peter St. Onge

Peter St. Onge explains how government-sector healthcare in Canada is aging, lower-quality, and generally behind the times.  After all, in Canada, as everywhere else, you get what you pay for. But when healthcare is controlled by bureaucrats, much of every dollar spent on "healthcare" is really going to pay for something else.  

A new world of medical entrepreneurship is growing. Concierge and cash-only practices, walk-in cash clinics, medical tourism, and cost-sharing plans are just a few of the ways free-market approaches are changing the landscape. Our expert speakers will discuss several of these developments, and more.

Recorded in Salem, New Hampshire, on June 17, 2021.

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Peter St. Onge

Peter St. Onge is a Mises Institute Associated Scholar and an Economic Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation.  For more content from Dr. St. Onge, subscribe to his newsletter where he writes about Austrian economics and cryptocurrency

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