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View Don Davies Profile
NDP (BC)
I want to pick up on a question from my colleagues across the way. I think it was actually Ms. Jansen.
It seems almost counterintuitive. If palliative care services are provided in hospital, they're paid for, but it's more expensive; if palliative care services are provided at home or in a community-based setting, they're not paid for, but it's less expensive. It's as though we set up our structure so that our public system is paying for the most expensive delivery of service.
Has Health Canada given any thought to that? I think the question was, should we be expanding our public payment so that we can actually provide not only better services in the community, but at lower cost?
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