Canada-U.S. hospital survey shows quality similar
Buffalo Business First, January 24, 2008
When the conversation shifts to who's got the better health system, the United States or Canada, consider this: The quality of hospital care appears to be the same on both sides of the border. The statement is significant given the dramatic differences in how much each country spends on healthcare, according to one of the authors of a study by the Niagara Health Quality Coalition and the University of Toronto.
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