The blueprint to rebuild Canada's Long Term Care system

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Navigating the long term care system in Canada has never been easy. In fact, at best it could be qualified as frustrating, infuriating and exhausting. That has only been amplified by the onset of the COVID pandemic. It has also highlighted the urgency needed to address the appalling state of long term care homes and the sheer neglect and abuse suffered by some residents.   How do we rebuild the system?   Jeff Lozon is a former Deputy Minister of Health and Long Term Care in Ontario, the former President and CEO of St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and the retired President and CEO at Revera Living one of Canada's largest seniors accommodation and services companies

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