Valuation of uninsured ophthalmological services

Report

(2016)

Read the full report on the valuation of uninsured ophthalmological services

 
Summary

Canadian ophthalmologists asked the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) to provide guidance with regard to physician fees for services that are presently uninsured by provincial and territorial health insurance in many jurisdictions.

COS commissioned Health Intelligence Inc., an independent and well-respected health research firm, to conduct a study using recognized methodologies to determine fair market value for these uninsured services.

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