In Canadian health care, hospital funding is front-loaded and each patient chips away at the pile. Many have suggested a model whereby hospitals are paid per patient “served.” This way, each patient becomes a source of revenue as opposed to a drain on resources. Makes sense? Well this idea has been met with much weeping and gnashing of teeth. Too complicated they say. Well, apparently it works for the education system. Can you imagine local hospitals engaging in PR battles over patients? Could we send a couple of education bureaucrats to hospitals please?
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Andrea adds: It’s almost hard not to see this as a joke. Like all those offers of advanced degrees I get in my junk mailbox. But no, I see it’s real. Legalizing prostitution and legitimizing stripping: guess we can look forward to advanced degrees in pole dancing, lap dancing, and a whole lot more. Whose betting the “profs” are all men?