Artificial intelligence is set to revolutionize the healthcare industry, but how it will be used and regulated will be critical. Read More
The Divisional Court sets aside decisions of the ICRC of the CNO as “unreasonable” for failure to address issues of delay. Read More
Ontario is introducing legislation to permit health care professionals registered in other provinces to practice in Ontario immediately. Read More
In matters of professional regulation, administrative decision-makers must balance the statutory objective with the protection of the member’s Charter rights. Read More
A party may choose a jury trial by delivering a Jury Notice. The opposing party may move to strike the notice if it is not delivered in time or if a jury is inappropriate. Read More
Healthcare organizations and providers need to adopt modern and secure methods to communicate and transmit sensitive personal data.
Litigation between the Association of Ontario Midwives and the Ministry of Health re gender discrimination and pay equity has finally come to a close.
A health care professional can commit acts of professional misconduct if they “ought to have known” better. Read More