Hunter Prize finalists showcase ten ideas to fix Canada’s health | The Hub

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Published: 3 August 2023

July 2, 2023 | Ten finalists have been chosen for the Hunter Prize for Public Policy, along with their groundbreaking ideas to fundamentally improve Canada’s health-care system. The finalists were picked from over 200 entries and the winning entree will be chosen by an esteemed panel of judges.

Aftab Ahmed, Anmol Gupta, Harshini Ramesh, Master of Public Policy candidates at the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University are amongst the ten finalists, for a proposal to create a pan-Canadian, demand-driven, centralized, and interoperable teleradiology network, which would have the potential to alleviate the issue of long wait times for CT scans, MRIs, and ultrasounds.

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