Legislation Across the Country
Legislation affecting benefit programs changes from time to time. Here’s a quick update on some recent issues from across Canada: Quebec Bill 92, an Act to extend the powers of the Régie de l’assurance maladie.Read More
Defined Contribution Benefit Plans
If your company demographics are anything like ours, you have a workforce that spans multiple generations all with varying ideas about what a benefit plan should offer. Employees are working later in life either.Read More
Changes to EI and Public Pensions
EI Changes to Impact Group Disability Plans The 2016 Federal budget included enhancements to the Employment Insurance (EI) program. One such change is slated to take effect January 1st, 2017 and may impact some employer-sponsored.Read More
Drug Plan Differences & Olympic Opportunities
Drug Plan Differences There are many different types of drug plans available but the three most common are: Brand Name: These plans cover up to the reasonable and customary cost of the brand name drug.Read More
The Future of Healthcare Management
At the recent TELUS Health industry conference, Vincent Ng, Health Business Consulting Senior Manager at TELUS Health spoke about harnessing the power of technology to improve health care. He says a behaviour change is needed.Read More
Benefits BulletinMay 1, 2018 Paramedical Services for Children
Part of any claims analysis includes a look at what is driving claims. We breakdown the overall claim costs by.
Health & WellnessJune 1, 2018 OHIP+ and the EAP: Transition Period is Ending
OHIP+ is the government-funded program that took effect January 1st. It covers drugs for Ontario youth up to age 25. .
GMS Quiz CornerMay 1, 2016
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