Lumière sur la réforme du système de santé au Nouveau-Brunswick
Évolution, jeux d’acteurs et instruments
Politique et politiques publiques
Imprint: Les Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa
This book follows the evolution and examines the management of New Brunswick’s health system reform launched in 2008.
The theoretical framework of the first part offers unprecedented insight into the dynamics that helped shape the reform of a public health care system. The next section provides an overview of the delivery of health care and health services in New Brunswick, from the post-Second World War period to the present day, and draws lessons that will be useful for developing and implementing potential reforms in other Canadian provinces. The last part presents the observation that it is important for governments to define a point of convergence agreed upon by the key actors involved, such as citizens and professionals.
Government decision-makers thinking of undertaking such a large-scale reform, as well as managers responsible for implementing change, will find this book to be an indispensable tool that is sure to provide readers with food for thought.
Published in French.