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Microsoft Word - WP 03-03.doc CHEPA WORKING PAPER SERIES Paper 03-03 Equity in Health Care Funding: Comparison of Expenditures in Ontario to Allocations Based on Population Need Brian Hutchison Vicki Torrance-Rynard Jeremiah Hurley Stephen Birch John D. Eyles Stephen D. Walter CCeennttrree ffoorr HHeeaalltthh EEccoonnoommiiccss aanndd PPoolliiccyy AAnnaallyyssiiss NOT FOR CITATION WITHOUT PERMISSION Equity In Health Care Funding: Comparison Of Expenditures In Ontario To Allocations Based On Population Need Brian Hutchison, MD. MSc*†‡ Vicki Torrance-Rynard, MSc† Jeremiah Hurley, PhD†‡§ Stephen Birch, PhD†‡ John Eyles, PhD†‡|| Stephen D. Walter, PhD† * Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University † Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University ‡ Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, McMaster University § Department of Economics || Department of Geography, McMaster University Please direct correspondence to: Brian Hutchison McMaster University HSC 3H1D 1200 Main St. W. Hamilton ON L8N 3Z5 Phone: (905) 525-9140 x22018 Fax: (905) 546-5211 E-mail: [email protected] Sources of support: This work was supported by research grants from the National health Research and Development Program of Health Canada (6606-6158-011) and the Medical Research Council of Canada (MA-13436) Cite as: B. Hutchison, V. Torrance-Rynard, J. Hurley, S. Birch, J. Eyles, S.D. Walter. Equity in Health Care Funding: Comparision of Expenditures in Ontario to Allocations Based on Population Need. McMaster University Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis Working Paper 03-03. Equity in Health Care Funding CHEPA Working Paper Series 03-03 1 ABSTRACT Background: The geographic distribution of health care funding in Canada has traditionally

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