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What We're Working On

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    Physician Compensation

    Delve into the Master Clinical/Academic Funding Plan and Master Agreement contracts.
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    Privacy Legislation

    The Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) governs how personal health information is collected, used, disclosed and maintained.
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  • Patients-choice-homepage2017Patient's Choice Award

    Dr. Geoff S. Williams, a gastroenterologist in Halifax, is the recipient of the 2017 Doctors Nova Scotia Patient’s Choice Award. His clinical focus is in therapeutic endoscopy, with a particular interest  in the diagnosis and management of pancreatic cancer.



Recognizing our Physicians

Dr. Michel Chiasson

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For Dr. Michel Chiasson, collaborative care is a way of life.

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Dr. Stewart Cameron

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When Dr. Stewart Cameron uses technology to help transform health care.

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Are you a patient in Nova Scotia?

KidsRunClublogo Doctors are helping Nova Scotia youth lead active, healthy lives.


 

Strive$10,000 available for your community group!

 


PSP-150x64Docs for Docs helps physicians access primary health care providers.

News for a Healthy Province

Doctors offer recommendations to improve care for Nova Scotians

12-Apr-2017

Nova Scotia doctors have developed two comprehensive position papers to help fix the province’s ailing health-care system. Included are 11 actions aimed at improving primary care access for Nova Scotians and five suggestions for health system decision-makers to improve physician involvement in health system change.

Physician recruitment and retention

22-Mar-2017

While it may be true that Nova Scotia has a high number of doctors we have people who don’t have a family doctor.

A Toxic Soup of Painkillers - Thoughts on the Opioid Epidemic

20-Oct-2016

The opioid epidemic that is gripping North America is an emerging issue for Nova Scotians and for our health-care system.