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Editorial Cartoon - May 27, 2016

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Get the patients fixed and out

Regionalization of health authorities was intended to bring order and efficiency to the health system. A superstructure of management was supposed to co-ordinate services and give push-back on the medical empires built up over time, especially at Winnipeg’s two largest hospitals.

But if regionalization works, why is it Manitoba continues to ...

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