Generic Drug Price Reduction
In January, the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance announced that it had negotiated price reductions of 25-40% on 70 commonly used generic drugs. As of April 1st, the cost of some generics will be priced at just.Read More
OHIP+ is a new health care initiative launched by the Ontario Government effective January 1st. It is a publicly funded program that provides medication free of charge to Ontarians with a valid health card up.Read More
Preparing for 2018
Various governments across Canada have announced legislation changes that are to come into effect January 1, 2018 that will impact your business. Let’s take a look at what to expect in 2018. Employment Insurance Plan.Read More
Another Reason to Opt for a Mandatory Drug Benefit
Mandatory drug plans (sometimes called enhanced generic plans) are becoming the standard drug plan as they protect the plan from unnecessary costs associated with some brand name drugs. A mandatory generic plan reimburses at the.Read More
Changes to Maternity & Parental Leave Policies
The Federal government announced changes to maternity and parental leave benefits offered under the Employment Insurance program that are expected to take effect January 1, 2018. One of the changes is to allow parents a.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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