Payments to Ontario physicians from Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care sources, 1992/93 to 2009/10: ICES Investigative Report

David A Henry, Susan E. Schultz, Sacha Bhatia, Irfan A. Dhalla, Andreas Laupacis

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Abstract

In Canada, payments to physicians constitute approximately 20% of provincial health care budgets. This report estimates public payments to Ontario physicians from multiple sources between 1992/93 and 2009/10 and presents these graphically by specialty and specialty group. The report examines variations between specialty groups and considers the impact of changes in the different models of physician payment, including fee for service, capitation and alternate payment plans.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationToronto
PublisherInstitute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences
Number of pages176
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-926850-28-3
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2012
Externally publishedYes

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NameICES Investigative Report. Toronto, ON: ICES

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Long-Term Care
Ontario
Physicians
Health
Fee-for-Service Plans
Budgets
Canada
Delivery of Health Care

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Henry, D. A., Schultz, S. E., Bhatia, S., Dhalla, I. A., & Laupacis, A. (2012). Payments to Ontario physicians from Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care sources, 1992/93 to 2009/10: ICES Investigative Report. (ICES Investigative Report. Toronto, ON: ICES). Toronto: Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences.
Henry, David A ; Schultz, Susan E. ; Bhatia, Sacha ; Dhalla, Irfan A. ; Laupacis, Andreas. / Payments to Ontario physicians from Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care sources, 1992/93 to 2009/10 : ICES Investigative Report. Toronto : Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, 2012. 176 p. (ICES Investigative Report. Toronto, ON: ICES).
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Henry DA, Schultz SE, Bhatia S, Dhalla IA, Laupacis A. Payments to Ontario physicians from Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care sources, 1992/93 to 2009/10: ICES Investigative Report. Toronto: Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, 2012. 176 p. (ICES Investigative Report. Toronto, ON: ICES).