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Tables of Contents for Changing Health Care In Canada
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
vii
 
CONTRIBUTORS
ix
 
Introduction: Changing Health Care in Canada
PIERRE-GERLIER FOREST
3
18
Part One: System Change, Organization Change
1 Complicated and Complex Systems: What Would Successful Reform of Medicare Look Like?
SHOLOM GLOUBERMAN AND BRENDA ZIMMERMAN
21
33
2 Financial Rules As a Catalyst for Change in the Canadian Health Care System
IAN MCKILLOP
54
28
3 Governance and Management of Change in Canada's Health System
JEAN-LOUIS DENIS
82
35
Part Two: Change and Providers
4 Planning for Care: Approaches to Human Resources Policy and Planning in Health Care
PAT ARMSTRONG AND HUGH ARMSTRONG
117
33
5 How Do Human Resource Policies and Practices Inhibit Change in Health Care? A Plan for the Future
GAIL TOMBLIN MURPHY AND LINDA O'BRIEN-PALLAS
150
33
6 Changes and a Few Paradoxes: Some Thoughts on Health System Personnel
CLÉMENCE DALLAIRE AND SONIA NORMAND
183
24
7 The Influence of Physician-Payment Methods on the Efficiency of the Health Care System
MICHEL GRIGNON, VALÉRIE PARIS, AND DOMINIQUE POLTON, WITH THE COOPERATION OF AGNÉS COUFFINHAL AND BERTRAND PIERRARD
207
36
Part Three: Change and the Public
8 Public Involvement in the Development of a Health Care Vision
HARLEM D. DICKINSON
243
36
9 Public Participation and Citizen Governance in the Canadian Health System
JULIA ABELSON AND JOHN EYLES
279
33
10 Practical Strategies for Facilitating Meaningful Citizen Involvement in Health Planning
JAYNE RENEE PIVIK
312
37
11 The Responsiveness of the Canadian Health Care System towards Newcomers
ANITA J. GAGNON
349