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OPSEU Diablogue: Problems at clinics should prompt rethink on competitions for hospital services

The media is applauding Health Minister Dr. Eric Hoskins this week for promising greater transparency around private clinic inspections that had previously been kept secret by Toronto Public Health and The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (TCPSO). Tom … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: Squeaky Wheels: Are more Ontario hospital CEOs likely to publicly air their grievances?

It makes us wonder why so few hospital CEOs are willing to publicly go to bat for their institutions. It’s true that in the past public advocacy was not always met with great appreciation at Queen’s Park, which has the … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: 50 Shades leading Windsor baby boom — Musyj

We don’t quite what to make of this one. Our most quotable of hospital CEOs is now saying that the erotic bestseller 50 Shades of Grey may be responsible for a mini baby boom in Windsor, Ontario. Windsor Regional Hospital CEO … Continue readin… . . . → Read More: OPSEU Diablogue: 50 Shades leading Windsor baby boom — Musyj

OPSEU Diablogue: Hospitals: Let’s get the cuts out in the open

When faced with underfunding, should hospital CEOs make clear the consequences, or should they quietly find ways to cut services that may be less noticeable to the public? For the first time since the Harris government, the McGuinty government has … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: Stories we couldn’t let pass by this week

CCACs hire 144 direct care nurses This month the government announced 900 new nursing positions to come from their 2007 commitment to 9,000 new nurses for the health system. Among them are 144 nurses who will go into the schools … Continue reading →