As an American who's had to live with what passes for a doctor system, the only difference I know is that Canada has something for their citizens while we supply none. As a matter of fact, and as American as apple pie, is that when we want health care the but a majority of is when we may not be to have it.
Aside from the obvious, though, the contact I have had with the Canadian proper care system is regarding ms, a curse I live with, but which, coincidentally, is more prevalent in colder parts of the country, like the northern tier of the country and Canada. For reasons yet unknown, MS has not been at the top of the food chain in terms of research and breakthroughs like other diseases who have received more attention as well research dollars, though that has become changing.
As an Western with MS, it is up to me to keep abreast of breakthroughs in the world. No one comes to me to say, "we have a recently formed drug or protocol or homeopathic remedy to be able to try so you can get your body back, " no, I'm by myself in Texas. Even my private doctor won't i am going to in on the key unless I make an appointment to ask him. By comparison, there are MS research centers almost everywhere in out Canada, and they'll take Americans into their programs if we pay for it. At least it's that you can buy, which is more than we have in the usa, and the system is set up to call patients in rather than the reverse.
I have asked me going to Calgary ' Toronto for treatments, and was welcomed in just open arms and open checkbook, which is expected, obviously. My contact there said that when a new treatment makes the pipeline, they don't utilize a cattle call a volunteers as we do in a rural area because they know where everyone via an disease is. There isn't any charge for it and everyone has equal in time doctors, protocols and study after study. Although I understand that the buying price of drugs isn't covered, by way of Canada's plan, they are much less costly (in the USA, the drugs recommended back to you MS cost from $1000 to clear $1500 a month), it to be a major consideration.
Because we have always a new catch-as-catch-can system of using proper care as a perk to draw employees we now expect every employer on bearing the burden of protecting the nation's access to health and life, not seeing that one does not and should not, have anything regarding the other.
The sad fact is that those classified as "poor" with the current economic country have far greater to view health care on demand the particular public (that's you and me) which will cover it. It is heartwarming that there are happy commercials on television touting healthy children added governmental programs. I guess we've got to all understand that if you forget to can qualify for state-sponsored health aid, you can't get themselves a disease.
In Canada and some other first world nation those pays for everyone's attention so the public can focus on anything else matter instead of ear-marking every focal point in staying alive, and not even wholesome or while living inside your lifestyle. As an bigger ager, in order to qualify for "benefits", you have to impoverish yourself trying to fight for your life. Whatever Canada has been doing for its citizens 's a whole sight better than the USA is getting for ours.