The private member’s bill defines services and training requirements, and a plan to create consistent access for all Canadians.
Gladu says the Health Minister has already added $11-billion to the 2017 budget for
“In addition, the government is planning to spend a lot of money on infrastructure, building more hospices, and getting the training for more palliative care specialists,” says Gladu. “They’ll look at some innovations in terms of using paramedics and virtual palliative care in remote areas.”
Currently, only 30 per cent of Canadians
Gladu says the bill has been publicly endorsed by over 100
It will now go to the Senate for final approval either before the summer break or in the fall.
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