This paper reviews implementation of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) and its financial implications. Literature on clinical outcomes and financial implications were reviewed. Reports from many different surgery types shows that implementation of ERAS reduces complications and shortens hospital stay. These improvements have major impacts on reducing the cost of care even…
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The Liberal government committed to making mental health services more accessible. Housing funding was increased in the last budget, but now commitment to comprehensive home care for the severely mentally ill and access to primary care treatments for common mental disorders are needed.