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Second report from Premier’s Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine. https://www.ontario.ca/document/healthy-ontario-building-sustainable-health-care-system *Thank you.* *Stephanie Bolton* *IDCA*
The MOHLTC sent out a letter to all IHF owners on April 1, 2019. Effective January 1, 2019, diagnostic medical sonographers (DMS) in Ontario must be registered with the CMRTO to be legally authorized to practice the profession and apply sound waves for diagnostic ultrasound to patients. You can verify whether an individual is registered… Read more »
The MOHLTC’s Emergency Management Branch has forwarded this following information to the IHF community for action as required. Please see the attached document from the Ministry of Government and Consumer Service’s Cyber Security Division.
After discussions with our confirmed government speakers, the IDCA has postponed its Friday April 5th conference until Friday September 20, 2019. We look forward to seeing you then! In the meantime, the IDCA will continue to its government relations initiatives on behalf of the IHF community.
On behalf of IHF owners, the IDCA recently inquired and received a response from the Ministry’s IHFP re the recent arbitration decision between the MOHLTC and the OMA. The inquiry was that in the arbitration decision the compensation adjustments state: “For further clarify these increases will apply to office-based technical fees and facility fees, but… Read more »
As mentioned [in the previous information from the IHFP, the MOHLTC is] targeting implementation for the elimination of payment discounts effective April 1, 2019. Removal of the discount will be implemented for all *previously discounted* physician, technical and IHF facility-fee payments. In the months ahead additional information regarding the elimination of payment discounts and the… Read more »
On February 26, 2019, the Ontario government introduced The People’s Health Care Act, 2019, that would, if passed, support the establishment of local Ontario Health Teams and would integrate multiple existing provincial agencies into a single health agency – Ontario Health.After discussions with our confirmed speakers, the IDCA has postponed its April 5th conference until Friday September 20,… Read more »
The government will be introducing new legislation to consolidate its agencies into Ontario Health. We’ll be on the information call cited in the letter to stakeholder.
The first report puts forth the details of significant change and the foundation for new legislation. The IDCA is reviewing the document and will be providing feedback. If there are comments you’d like to share please forward them to Stephanie Bolton, Executive Director, IDCA, at email@example.com.