- November 13, 2020
- Anoop Kalsi
- Comments Off on Can you still receive Out-of-country medical funding under OHIP?
Ontarians have been able to seek reimbursement for out of country medical care in certain circumstances. On January 1, 2020 of this year, the Ontario Government eliminated this program. The removal of this out-of-country program was the subject of a legal challenge. » Read the rest
- April 12, 2017
- Comments Off on Bakerlaw prepares to challenge 2011 amendments to Out-of-Country OHIP legislation
As indicated in our blog post here (link), Ontario’s Health Insurance Act and specifically the regulations that govern Out-of-Country claims for OHIP funding were significantly restricted by legislative amendments in 2011.
Bakerlaw has been retained to challenge one of these amendments, which currently requires that all patients seeking funding for the administration of a drug, including the provision of that drug, payment must be recommended by the Executive Officer of the Ontario Drug Benefit Act. » Read the rest
- April 12, 2017
- Comments Off on Out-of-Country OHIP requests – Bakerlaw continues to help
Bakerlaw continues to help clients obtain prior approval for OHIP funding for out-of-country medical expenses. Unfortunately the Ministry of Health rarely grants Ontarians’ legitimate requests for out-of-country funding for medically necessary treatment which is unavailable in Ontario on a timely basis. » Read the rest
- November 25, 2015
- Comments Off on Out-of-country medical care for youth with mental health disabilities
Bakerlaw has been extensively involved in filing applications with OHIP for out-of-country treatment, as well as filing appeals of negative OHIP decisions to the Health Services Appeal and Review Board. Many of our clients have been adolescents and young adults with complex mental health disabilities who urgently require residential treatment in specialized facilities in the United States. » Read the rest