Canada is the only high-income country with universal health that excludes coverage of prescription drugs. Based on new estimates, implementing national pharmacare in 2020 will require $9.7 billion in new public funding but save $13.9 billion in the private sector, for a net saving of $4.2 billion.

Canada is the only high-income country with universal health that excludes coverage of prescription drugs. Based on new estimates, implementing national pharmacare in 2020 will require $9.7 billion in new public funding but save $13.9 billion in the private sector, for a net saving of $4.2 billion.
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