Health service chief stand by time frame.
Asking people with questions after the press conference said he didn’t want the media to “go overboard in what they’ve heard.”
He also noted that he’s not going to reveal details of any plans to cut back on health spending.
In April, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger made it official and announced that health expenditures would increase under his government.
“Our mandate under this government is to balance the budget, protect the taxpayers and to manage care to keep Manitobans healthy,” Selinger said at the time.
However, Health Canada is expected to issue an update in April or early May to the public abou바카라t the cost of health services over the next four years, including how many people would be required to switch to the private model, if any.
Selinger said he wanted우리카지노 to do away with the controversial private health insurance industry at that point in time.
The Premier also has promised to work with others to develop a health care model that would provide more effective health care for Manitobans that is sustainable in future.
“We need to move past this current model and take steps now to move forward,” he said.
Selinger’s government had promised to implement an insurance approach by next year to help ensure Manitobans remain healthy after they’re retired, but the province has yet to announce any specific health plans or details about what those plans would entail.
In April, a CBC reporter wrote a story about the delay. It reported that at least seven people had been waiting too long to receive the province’s replacement private health insurance plans.
According to that story, there have been questions about whether the government would be 우리카지노able to keep a promise it made the previous year to have health care providers and doctors provide coverage through the Private Health Access Plan by November 2014, with coverage to be available in 2016.