Public Health Insight

Healthcare in Canada and the United States: A Brief Comparative Analysis

July 07, 2020 PHI Productions
Public Health Insight
Healthcare in Canada and the United States: A Brief Comparative Analysis
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Public Health Insight
Healthcare in Canada and the United States: A Brief Comparative Analysis
Jul 07, 2020
PHI Productions

The United States of America’s multi-payer privatized healthcare system is drastically different from Canada’s universal single-payer healthcare system, but why does the U.S spend more on healthcare as a percentage of GDP compared to Canada? Rose Marcelin joins the Public Health Insight Podcast to discuss the nuances of these distinct healthcare systems and the importance of accessibility, affordability, and equality in determining healthcare quality and ultimately population health outcomes.

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Stay tuned next week when we continue our conversation in the next episode on integrating cultural competence in healthcare as an avenue to address health disparities in vulnerable and marginalized populations. 

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Show Notes

The United States of America’s multi-payer privatized healthcare system is drastically different from Canada’s universal single-payer healthcare system, but why does the U.S spend more on healthcare as a percentage of GDP compared to Canada? Rose Marcelin joins the Public Health Insight Podcast to discuss the nuances of these distinct healthcare systems and the importance of accessibility, affordability, and equality in determining healthcare quality and ultimately population health outcomes.

If you enjoyed the episode, follow us on your podcast platform of choice and also follow us on social media: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. We would love it if you shared your thoughts with us through direct message on your social media platform of choice or by emailing us at ThePublicHealthInsight@gmail.com.

Stay tuned next week when we continue our conversation in the next episode on integrating cultural competence in healthcare as an avenue to address health disparities in vulnerable and marginalized populations. 

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Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/publichealthinsight)