Health Policy

June 17, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Nik Nanos will release new research on the health priorities that affect all Canadians.

Join us for a moderated panel discussion on key policy issues and actionable information that relates to oncology, pharmacare, transfer payments and seniors in preparation for the upcoming election.

Panel discussion followed by an audience Q & A.

If you are unable to attend in person, the event will be live streamed at https://www.facebook.com/pg/iPoliticsCA/videos/

Final Report of the Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare

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The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer has release their refreshed Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control.
More information can be found on the partnershipagainstcancer.ca website.

Additionally you can download the full Canadian-Strategy-Cancer-Control-2019-2029-EN or the Canadian-Strategy-Cancer-Control-2019-2029-At-A-Glance-EN [PDF format]

The Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare (the Council), announced in Budget 2018, is leading a national dialogue on how to implement affordable national pharmacare for Canadians and their families, employers and governments.

In March 2019, the Council provided an interim report to the Minister of Health and the Minister of Finance on the progress of their work.

Link to interim report Health Canada

The PMPRB is consulting with its stakeholders on changes to its non-binding guidelines (the “Guidelines”), as contemplated by subsection 96(4) of the Patent Act. The purpose of these changes is to modernize the PMPRB’s approach to carrying out its mandate to protect Canadian consumers from excessive patented drug prices.

Full details and reports on the PMPRB website

Reducing Inefficiency, Improving outcomes.

Report January 2017

Laying The System for Healthcare Transformation

Insight Report April 2017

Speech from Health Canada: Affordability, accessibility & appropriate use of prescription drugs
Remarks May 16, 2017