Nov 07, 2019
By Zoomer Podcast Network
Libby Znaimer is joined by Ontario Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, Christine Elliott.
As part of yesterday’s fall economic statement, the Ontario government has revealed plans to improve oversight of OHIP, which costs us $16 billion.
Over $12 billion dollars of that provincial spending goes to the physician services budget, while the rest goes to areas such as out-of-country health care, diagnostic clinics and more.
A big part of the government’s plan with the oversight improvement involves publishing physician billings online and tougher audits.