Canadian Attitudes About Health Care, Reform and Willingness to Pay for Governance/Accountability, Accessibility and Quality Reforms
Using qualitative research methods, this study examines Canadian views about health care, the national health care system, and reforms suggested as solutions to current health care problems.
||Knowledge, Change, Health Care System, Reform, Qualitative Research, Focus Group, Willingness to Pay, Governance, Accountability
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp.107-114.
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Dr. Manfred Maute is Associate Professor in the School of Administrative Studies at York University where he teaches Marketing Research and Marketing Strategy. He has published more than fifty refereed articles on consumer
complaint behavior, satisfaction, and relationship marketing. Among his current research interests are service recovery strategies and health care reform.
Alex Ng is lecturer at the University of Northern British Columbia where he has taught finance and cross-cultural management for the past five years and been nominated for university teaching award three times. Alex is also a doctoral student at Nova Southeastern University. His dissertation investigates stock market driven motivations for corporate mergers and acquisitions. His published articles are in mergers and acquisitions and international business.
Dr Julia Richardson is Assistant Professor in the School of Administrative Studies, York University where she teaches Organizational Behavior. Dr Richardson is the author of more than one dozen refereed articles on conflict resolution, expatriate academics, and health care. She recently was awarded a SSHRC research grant to study knowledge acquisition in long term care hospitals.
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