Pharmacare Hits the National Stage

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The 2018 federal budget, announced on Feb. 27, included the appointment of former Ontario health minister Eric Hoskins to lead a study into the implementation of a national pharmacare program. Health care expert Helen Stevenson, herself a veteran of the Ontario health ministry, joins The Agenda to discuss the benefits, costs, and challenges of extending prescription coverage to all Canadians.
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