A New Year, A New CPP
January 1st saw the biggest changes to CPP since it’s inception in 1965. The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is a federally administered pension plan that provides a retirement income, death benefits, and disability benefits to.Read More
Cannabis in the Workplace
With the legalization of cannabis last month, there have been a lot of questions about how it impacts the workplace. There are two forms of cannabis: recreational use, legalized October 17th and medicinal use, which.Read More
The Canadian Institute for Health Information expected 2017 health care spending in Canada to be a whopping $242 billion. The Canadian Health Care Anti-fraud Association reports that 2-10% of all health care spending is lost.Read More
A Case For Step Therapy
Therapeutic Class Substitutions and Step Therapy As drug plan costs continue to escalate, plan sponsors are forced to find ways to control costs. One way is to encourage smart shopping and insurance companies are on.Read More
Paramedical Services for Children
Part of any claims analysis includes a look at what is driving claims. We breakdown the overall claim costs by category to see if there is anything out of the ordinary that may require more.Read More
Benefits BulletinSeptember 3, 2019 New Pricing Regulations for Drugs in Canada
Canadians pay more in prescription drug costs than almost any other country in the world. The Federal government is working.
Health & WellnessOctober 1, 2019 Headache or Migraine?
Some people experiencing a rather painful headache may declare that they are suffering from a migraine – but is it?.
GMS Quiz CornerMay 1, 2016
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