The Former Chief Executive of Alberta's Health Superboard Says Preferential Treatment for Prominent Patients Was an Accepted Practice When Care Was Delivered by a Network of Smaller Health Regions, Each With Their Own Bosses.

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The former chief executive of Alberta Health Services says preferential treatment for prominent patients was an accepted practice, but that the practice stopped under him.
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