In 2007, Evans critically analyzed the recent phenomena of healthcare financial sustainability in Canada; he explored its relationship with the gross domestic product and the public spending, Lingering debate on required reforms and maintenance of the currency value to the economic growth. The paper claims that Canada Medicare is economically unsuitable. He addresses the need of evolved political economy, reduced spending on medicine, physician services, and sustainability in the government fiscal reforms.
The Impact of Corruption in Provision of Healthcare Services
The data provided by the provincial and the federal finance department shows a higher tax charges and deteriorating public environment since 1981, questioning the genuineness in equally redistributing the burden and the benefits to all stakeholders. This thwarts the efforts to improved fiscal management policies since it is more expensive and less efficient. The political, medical, and other associated body’s pretence on medical guidelines, technological assessment with an intention to accelerate the cost. The continue variation in the national system on the expenditure since mid 1990s, also regressive impact to the society corporation .
The efforts by the federal government to transfer funds to improve the healthcare services in various provinces is challenge since 1996 to 1997 when it was restructured ideologically to reducing their income tax, a major blow to the provincial budgets for sustainability but a move to the government side. The position of the government should provide appropriate fiscal policies for national accounts a contrary situation in the context.
The documentary evidence showing the Canadian government margins not transparent on the financial performance risk the economic status of the country. This is evident in the skewed estimated tax provision with citizens at the top deciles estimated to be $470.Therefore, they are fully urged to reform for healthier sustainability and growth .
The Un-sustainability of the Current and Future Public Health care
In his work, he clearly shows the automatic self-equilibrium economic theory that makes the society in such extreme cases. The lack of securities, ethnicity, religious and economic partitions, that generate a deeper division and vicious circle of ingenuity and un-sustainability.
Worldwide economic un-sustainability is also an intense bound to further provision of this key service as evidence in the economic trend graphs, this makes most of the governments such as the Canadian unviable to provide the basic services but to be Keynesians instead of reformers .
The nature of one’s spending on medical grounds definitely is ineffective way to equate the service provided as it cannot provide quality and equity, but major reform on effectively delivering the healthcare services is required without favoritism to individuals as shown in locations of Alberta and Ontario.
The escalating cost of this service as shown by the fiscal projections focuses that the future sustainability of the public health is falsified, The Gross Domestic Product have accelerated since the second world war as projected in 2006 results. Because of standard triad reasons of interlinked claims in public attitude, technology, and demography, the government may be limited to afford the much necessary service, yet the public still requires it to the satisfactory levels. .
The professional autonomy indifferences in both the clinicians and the pharmaceutical have accelerated the total government and citizen’s expenditure exorbitantly, as observed in the clinician’s expertise potential limitation by budgetary restraints and the escalating prices of the ineffective drugs, marketed intensively as superior by the pharmaceutical department confusing targeted consumers and the clinicians. The governments Management of public expectation through elimination of the direct advertisement is still a challenge to the constitution. This makes the rapid longer-term projected costs a question of sustainability in the economical context.
The debate on the accelerating trend of the healthcare service is actually a question of morality. The introduction of the universal public hospital insurance fund, a project not universally supported by all the stakeholders, making its moral position a question of credibility. The general health requirement experienced by the increasing demographic and ageing trend is only improvable through genuine devotion of the alliances accorded to provide it for the public interest.
Lard Black in his work spelled out and bitterly questioned the Canadian government for its funds redistributing nature, making his concept an idiosyncratic. This claim does not cover equivalent societal correlation. Reinhardt (2001) equally shows this in his paper, commenting that members of the congress have no interest in the escalating public medical program, thereby driving the thirst for personal perspective. Better government reforms are required to re-installation and adhere to the moral obligation of the members of the society .
The need for health reforms required in Canada to replace the fragmented, obsolete and defects experienced at present is necessary. The greater concerns are persistently deepening on this marred status. The fundamentals economic programs clearly indicate the external solutions to the crisis and an urgent financial support is required to eliminate the problems and disparities as discussed.
Robert, G. (2007). Economic Myths and Political Realities: The Inequality Agenda and the Sustainability of Medicare. Colombia: University of Colombia.