Canada's health care system is a group of socialized health insurance plans providing coverage to all Canadian citizens. It is publicly funded and administered on a provincial or territorial basis, as per guidelines set up by the federal government. The Canada Health Act (CHA) is Canada's federal legislation for publicly funded health care insurance. The Act sets out the primary objective of Canadian health care policy, which is to protect, promote and restore the physical and mental well-being of Canadian residents and to facilitate reasonable access to health services without financial or other barriers.
Health care in Canada is funded at both the provincial and federal levels. The financing of health care is provided via taxation both from personal and corporate income taxes. Additional funds from other financial sources like sales tax and lottery proceeds are also used by some provinces. Provinces such as Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario also charge health premiums to supplement health funding. Some privately funded clinics do provide certain services with shorter wait times than the public system. Canadian physicians are not government employees. They retain a great deal of control over when, how and where they work. Instead of being paid salaries, most of them bill provincial governments on a fee-for-service basis. Canadian hospitals are also autonomous institutions that are generally, but not necessarily, governed by local health authorities.
Accessing Canada's health care system involves application for a provincial health card. Excluding inmates, the Canadian Armed Forces and certain members of the RCMP, the Canada Health Act requires all residents of a province or territory to be accepted for health coverage. Typically, the patients don’t receive a bill for hospital treatments or services provided by their doctor. Also the doctors cannot extra charge and provide basic medical services to patients who are willing to pay for faster or better service.
Diploma in Medical Office Administration (MOA) Program at Springfield College provide training to produce knowledgeable and well informed Healthcare Administrators who are adept at adjusting to new developments in health care regulations, technology and policies. They become flexible, analytical and organized in applying learned knowledge, skills and clinical expertise into their medical practice at workplaces.
Diploma in MOA at Springfield College make the students perfectionist while exercising professionalism in demeanor and work perspectives. They acquire skills and capabilities to effectively communicate with patients and office administration at all professional levels, specialties and roles. They keep themselves abreast of what goes on in their work environment or facility fulfilling daily responsibilities of an efficient employee.
Diploma in Medical Office Administration Program is conducted at our very conveniently located Brampton campus, serving the students from Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and GTA area.
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