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Ontario Medical Association Feb 7
Todays report offers insight into the current physician landscape in Canada. With a growing aging population, Ontario will need a strong complement of doctors to continue to provide high-quality care for patients & help end .
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André Picard Aug 8
Undignified is the perfect description of .
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Dr.Andrea East Dec 29
Patients with brain bleeds are sleeping on the floor in Ontario hospitals and MPP’s are celebrating “buck a beer” and gas cents. Do you value physicians?
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André Picard 7 Nov 17
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Ontario NDP Oct 16
families, like all families in Ontario, deserve so much better than crowded emergency rooms and hallway medicine.
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Dr. Nadia Alam Nov 26
Seniors waiting in hospital for nursing home could fill ten 400-bed hospitals in Ontario... from ⁦⁩ annual report card of . We need to do better by them. No wonder hospitals are bowing under the weight of .
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Dr. Jonathon Herriot Oct 23
Sick notes are a waste of a physician’s time, cost patients money, and endanger the other patients in my waiting room. is literally reintroducing inefficiencies into Ontario’s healthcare system that he promised to fix.
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Cristina Pastia Dec 11
The province has REAL healthcare issues stop delaying solutions by keeping your doctors in limbo. This is not how you build trust and cooperation to come up with real solutions to
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Your Ontario Doctors 5 Mar 18
.’s govt has recklessly CUT $$BILLIONS from essential frontline patient care provided by MDs and Nurses while expanding wasteful healthcare bureaucracy. Ontario’s patients need and deserve better:
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Andrea Horwath Oct 16
New Democrats will keep fighting for an end to hallway medicine -- in and all across Ontario.
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IHPME Aug 22
IHPME faculty members and launch multi-pronged research project to help find solutions to tackle the issue of :
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Michael Schull Jul 3
Great example of using data and analytics to demonstrate how a simple, low-cost, patient centered and safe alternative to standard (and highly variable) practice could free up 3500 hospital beds per year and help address hallway health care.
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RNAO Feb 20
Nurses press to end during visit to Queen's Park tomorrow for RNAO's annual Queen's Park Day
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Andrea Girones  ⚖️ Jan 14
Twice the discharged my child with right lower quadrant pain without an ultrasound. Today her appendix ruptured and the surgeons at CHEO are cleaning up their mess
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Deepa Soni Jan 3
Anatomy of a winter surge aka CHF: congestive healthcare failure This is what 🇨🇦 healthcare system looks like from the inside
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Mike Benusic May 3
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Nexus 7 Replicant 7 Jul 18
Dr. Devon was hired to fix the problem of . His pay for the job is less than that of many hospital CEOs who have thus far been unable to solve this problem. I hope he is successful.
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Peggy Sattler Oct 17
By refusing to commit to adding flu surge beds to , PC govt is ignoring daily, year-round reality of in - a crisis so serious it forced LHSC to implement a Hallway Transfer Protocol
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OntarioHealthCoal'n Jan 31
This new bill would dissolve the LHINs into one "Super Agency" with power to force mergers and closures of various health care agencies across the province. Mergers only mean fewer beds and will only increase .
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Your Ontario Doctors 3 Feb 18
Patients Won’t Forget ’s Destruction of -Attack&Vilify Drs: 5YRS without a contract -CUT $4B from pt services Drs provide - ~1M pts without FamilyDr -Specialist wait times ⏫3+yrs -OR Closures - -⏫Bureaucracy 🆘
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