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Consultation on Safe & Sustainable Health Care
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Clarification of Signature Criteria for a Valid Prescription
NLMA releases findings from Provincial Forum; Proposes plan for Rebuilding NL ...
President's Letter: Update on Status of MOA and Arbitration
Notices & Advisories
Interim Federal Health Program: Important Information for Mental Health Servic...
Eastern Health Memo: Anti-cardiolipin IgG and Anti-cardiolipin IgM antibody te...
Heritable Thrombophilia Testing – Final Memo before Implementation of Guidelin...
Family Practice Renewal Session - Bay Roberts
Physician Health CPD Session
Webinar: Building Partnerships and Consolidating Teams
2009-2013 Memorandum of Agreement
(PDF) Between the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Medical Care Plan (MCP) Medical Payment Schedule, June 1, 2013
This Payment Schedule identifies the amounts prescribed as payable and rules and conditions of payment under the Physicians and Fee Regulations (Schedule A), governed by the
Medical Care Insurance Act
for insured services rendered by licensed physicians.
WHSCC/NLMA Memorandum of Agreement for Provision of Medical Services
Between the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association and the Workplace Health, Safe and Compensation Commision.
Provincial Physician Signing Bonus Program
(PDF) This program is a collaboration of the NLMA and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador with funding provided from the
2009-2013 Memorandum of Agreement’s
(MOA) Clinical Stabilization Fund. For more information, visit the government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Rural FFS Retention Bonus Policy
(PDF) The Rural Fee for Service Retention Bonus program was introduced as part of the 2009-13 MOA. In order to qualify for the bonus physicians are required to have an established relationship with an RHA and be in active practice. The aim of the program is to strike a balance between recognizing the important contribution that rural physicians make to the province and their joint obligation with the RHA to meet the needs of the public.