Council Canada: less money for medicine, more for social services.
Canadian provinces should spend less on health care and allocate more funds for social services. This will help improve the overall health of the population.
Such advice is contained in a report published on Monday in the journal Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ).
The increase in spending on social needs is more effective, the authors concluded.
“Social spending as a share of health care costs is potentially related to the prevention of mortality and an increase in life expectancy”, # 8211; said in a press release, lead author of the study, Daniel Dutton (Daniel Dutton) from the University of Calgary.
Experts argue that focusing on social factors of health, such as income and housing, can help eliminate the root causes of illness, ill health and premature death.
In the meantime, the situation is as follows: between 1981 and 2011, the average per capita expenditure on health was $ 2,900. Social spending per capita was only $ 930.
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