In May 2017, we provided an overview of Ontario’s OHIP+ (click here to access). Earlier this month, Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (Ministry) provided additional guidance on this program.
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We recommend reporting any accident to your automobile insurer. It is common for the other party’s insurer to deny liability for the claim. "e quickest way to get your vehicle repaired is to have your insurer handle the claim and seek recovery from any other party it believes is responsible for the loss that it pays.
In today’s interconnected world, the risks businesses face can have a catastrophic impact on a company’s financial health and ultimately shareholder value.
Every Senior Living CEO can speak to the importance of risk management and know it is a vital process that ensures a safe clinical and residential environment. Risk management is an important part in preventing and minimizing clinical risk exposures and residential risk such as medication errors, wound management, falls and wandering.
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The idea of telemedicine may sound like an episode of Star Trek to some. However, the reality is that the practice of delivering medical care remotely using communications technology has been in existence in some form for almost 20 years.
In our world of ever-changing, electronic communication, we are encouraged to keep our professional and personal lives separate. We are bombarded with instant alternatives to face-to-face interaction and the boundaries are not always clear. In a split-second, private information is sent to Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook. The informal nature of social media, along with the instancy of these platforms, has the potential to erode professionalism in medicine.