A Saskatchewan study shows the province’s teletriage service sent only one in five callers to emergency departments in Saskatoon.
A ban on flavored vaping products and proposals to cut physician compensation and strengthen billing audits in this week’s top health news.
Embracing artificial intelligence may deepen discrimination in health care, experts warn.
From the United Kingdom to the United States, female physicians across the Western world are making less than men in the same roles.
Physician billing exposed, new health teams unveiled, and a medical regulation overhaul in this week’s top Canadian health news.
How doctors are paid matters as much as how much, an expert panel warns.
Only a handful of doctors in Saskatchewan’s north prescribe opioid agonist therapies like methadone.
New vaping-related illness, rising concern over antibiotic resistance, and a new federal health minister in this week’s top Canadian health news.
A proposal to control where doctors work won’t improve access for rural Albertans, argue medical students and resident physicians.
Some private clinics are offering US-style Groupon deals to the dismay of advocates for Canada’s public healthcare system.