Tags » Physicians

OMA says it won't return to negotiations until binding arbitration is in place

TORONTO – The new president of the organization representing 34,000 Ontario doctors and medical students says she won’t return to negotiations with the government until binding arbitration has been put in place. 378 more words


Every Savvy Doc Needs a Team

As physicians, we rely on having a team around us to deliver the best care possible for our patients. We lead teams compromised of nurses, CNAs, respiratory therapists, social workers, and more. 1,088 more words


CMS releases comprehensive MACRA rules: New law poised to shape payment and delivery reform in the future

Posted by Anne Phelps, Principal, US Health Care Regulatory Leader, Deloitte & Touche LLP, and Daniel Esquibel, Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP on April 28, 2016. 1,521 more words

Health Care

Editorial: What's the problem with high-billing doctors?

The contract battle between Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins and the province’s doctors took a tawdry turn when Hoskins recently declared – implying something nefarious was afoot – that certain doctors were charging taxpayers boatloads of money for medical procedures. 451 more words

Health Care Issues

Patient Accountability: What's the Big Deal?

With every doctor, pundit and reporter out in the media about doctors’ fees presently, I thought I would let them go at it and consider instead an item that I consider to be the “elephant in the room” of physician compensation negotiations everywhere in Canada. 655 more words

My Blog