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Getting the Deal Through: Healthcare Enforcement & Litigation 2016 (Canada)

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Roles and responsibilities for Canada's healthcare system are shared between federal, provincial and territorial governments. Services are delivered by a broad range of healthcare providers, including regulated healthcare professionals, hospitals, long-term care homes and others.

Through question and answer format Fasken Martineau partners Lynne Golding, David C. Rosenbaum, Timothy Squire, Mathieu Gagné and Shahrooz Nabavi provide the Canadian perspective for the Canada chapter of Getting the Deal Through: Healthcare Enforcement & Litigation 2016.

The chapter covers a wide range of areas including:

  • Overview on funding in multiple jurisdictions
  • Key legislation governing healthcare delivery
  • Regulation of pharmaceutical products and medical devices
  • Relationships between healthcare professionals and suppliers
  • Regulation of healthcare delivery
  • Cross-border enforcement and extraterritoriality
 

This chapter was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Healthcare Enforcement & Litigation 2016 (published in September 2015 by contributing editors Michael K Loucks, Jennifer L Bragg and Alexandra M Gorman, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP).

It is reproduced and available for downloading with the permission of publisher Law Business Research Ltd.For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com

Read our chapter (available in English only) by downloading your copy of Getting the Deal Through: Healthcare Enforcement & Litigation 2016.

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