The Health Minister Iris Evans says that Albertans are hoping for new reforms in the field of health care delivery systems.
On the other hand the Albertans are known to violate the already existing Canada Health Act.
Evans has prepared the initial phase of the new health care plan and is already taken it for confirmation to the cabinet; she also plans to introduce more reforms by the end of the next month.
She hopes that the people are happy with the new health delivery plan and that there are no protests against the Klein government's Third Way for health-care delivery.
In 1998 a number of people were protesting against the government for introducing the Bill 11 because the passed bill allowed the expansion of the private clinics.
But her new plan called as the nine-point plan included various changes beneficial for both the people and the clinicians.
It allows the doctors to practice in both the private and public hospitals thereby helping the patients and the doctors.
But she also insists that she and Klein will have a discussion in detail about the benefits and disadvantages of the plan along with the new federal health minister.