14th Annual National Report Card on Health Released by the Canadian Medical Association

“This report examines perspectives on seniors health care from the population with the most at stake, those 45 years of age and older. By focusing on this population, we are able to closely examine the perspectives of those who are approaching retirement age and those who are in their retirement years, as well as those most likely to be impacted by issues related to the quality and availability of care for their aging parents and spouses.”

Click here to read a short article on the full report.