Navigating through the Evolving IHF Regulatory Framework is the focus of the 2014 IDCA conference on September 12th at the Le Parc Conference Centre in Richmond Hill. Register today! The past year has seen a number of changes in our key contacts at the Ministry’s IHF Program office, as well as the introduction of new… Read more »
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Workers and supervisors may either take part in a one-hour tutorial free online, either individually or in groups, or review hardcopy workbooks. Once the e-learning training module is complete, an employee will receive a certificate that is valid for the remainder of his or her career. Online – Workers: http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/elearn/worker/index.php The workbook: http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/pdf/workbook.pdf Online –… Read more »
Revised information pamphlets reflect the current installation plan approval process and provide links to the revised forms, now required to accompany installation plan applications. The following PDFs of the pamphlets are provided in English and French separately. To submit a plan application, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-327-7937 with general questions. XRIS-ENGLISH-XRIS-GENERAL-pamphletApr2014 XRIS-ENGLISH-XRIS-plan-pamphlet-Medical-Apr-2014 XRIS-FRANCAIS-XRIS-RENSEIGNEMENTS-GENERAUX-APR-2014 XRIS-FRANCAS-XRIS-PLANS-DE-MEDICALE-Apr-2014
Recently, the Board of Directors sent a letter to the Ministry regarding the possible impact the upcoming OMA negotiations may have on future funding and sustainability of the IHF sector. For more information please see the Letter.
Applications, guidelines, forms and FAQs are on the MOHLTC website at: www.ontario.ca/specialtyclinics. The application process for non-profit community-based specialty clinics for low-risk cataract services was launched yesterday. There are distinct application processes and materials for hospital-based Specialty Clinics and Independent Health Facility Specialty Clinics: IHF applicants will submit an application through a Call for Applications… Read more »
Click to view the IDCA Winter 2014 newsletter.
There is now an exciting new provincial project within eHealth Ontario’s Diagnostic Imaging Program called Diagnostic Imaging (DI) Common Service which is an initiative that will enable and support the sharing and viewing of images and reports across Ontario to all community and hospital based healthcare providers anytime and anywhere.
To clarify the entry practice proficiencies of a CARDUP Generalist Sonographer and the CARDUP Vascular Sonographer, qualifications have been issued.
Reminder from the CPSO: invoices were mailed last November for April 2013 – March 2014. To avoid incurring penalties and interest charges, please send in payments by January 32st, 2014. Click here for more information.
As of January 1, 2014, Sonography Canada / Échographie Canada is officially the single national organization working on behalf of Canadian sonographers and supporting the profession of sonography in Canada.