The health care system in Canada is delivered via a health care system that is publicly funded. The Canada Health Act, or the CHA, is a peach of federal legislation that was adopted in 1984. It outlines the conditions and criteria that the territorial and provincial health insurance programs must follow to received federal transfer payments. This system is mostly free and covers most services that are provided by private entities. However, there are some services and procedures that are not covered. Many employers want to offer supplemental coverage because about 60 percent of Canadian employers are concerned bout the quality of the health plan for their employees.
The Canadian system covers preventative care and early detection procedures, which are considered important, and annual checkups are highl