With more than 10 million Canadians without health insurance, there’s not much more that Canadians can do than get their medications covered.article CONTINUE READING article A recent report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, however, shows that when it comes in to healthcare, the U.S. is ahead of Canada in terms of coverage and cost-sharing.
The report, which was released Wednesday by the Center for Policy Solutions, looked at the cost of healthcare in Canada, the United States, and Britain.
It found that in Canada the average out-of-pocket cost of the average Canadian family of four is $1,637.
The U.K. and the U,S.
average out of pocket cost is $2,095 and $1.862 respectively.
The average Canadian families out-spend the U