SPOTLIGHT: Canadian doctors use lottery to drop patients

In this country, when primary care doctors run out of space in their practices, they just stop seeing new patients. In Canada, on the other hand, the system is different, though primary care shortages are still common. There, doctors are resorting to lotteries to bounce patients from their practices, while others are drawing names to choose new patients. Article

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