I have the privilege of writing a weekly column called Caring Connections for Troy Media. My friend and colleague Vickie Cammack and I alternate weeks – have a read of Vickie’s insightful pieces too! Here’s my latest piece with its original title (which I like better for our group of family caregivers vs a general ...
The Ontario Hospital Association may have made it okay to talk about hospital overcrowding. As we noted January 27, the OHA has been asking the province to look at capacity planning, noting that only Mexico and Chile have fewer hospital … Continue reading →
Yesterday Health Minister Deb Matthews announced the first specific initiatives following the release of Dr. Samir Sinha’s summary of recommendations for Ontario’s Senior Strategy. You may have missed the headlines largely because it mostly attracted a big shrug, aside from … Continue reading →
There have been fewer than the usual suspects applauding the release of Living Longer, Living Well, Dr. Samir Sinha’s anticipated recommendations for a new seniors strategy for Ontario. In the early days of 2013, maybe nobody is yet paying attention. … Continue reading →
Health Minister Deb Matthews says she is not seeking the Ontario Liberal leadership. Matthews made the formal announcement at the Ontario Hospital Association HealthAchieve this morning, ending weeks of speculation. Noting how rare it was for a health minister to … Continue reading →