Happy new year! If you are a health care Privacy Officer, January is a great time to remind your organization about privacy. By sending out an annual privacy email or privacy update in a newsletter – you keep privacy top of mind for your teams and you have something tangible to show your organization’s commitment… Read more »
Are you an executive director or lead physician in a family health team? If so, I am relaunching my monthly webinar series on Legal Issues for Family Health Teams. Practical information on the topics you need to know about as a healthcare leader. Details here.
I love reading. I was reflecting on my favourite non-fiction reads of 2016 and came up with the following list: The 4 C’s Formula – Dan Sullivan of Strategic Coach I could go on all day about Dan Sullivan. He’s a gift. A brilliant thinker and coach to thousands of entrepreneurs. I’ve known Dan for… Read more »
Nurse’s personal comments on Facebook and Twitter constitute “Professional Misconduct”: what do family health teams need to know about social media and the law?
Last week I presented with Maria McDonald on “Social Media and the Law” and issues family health teams need to consider. Then on Friday December 3rd the CBC reported on a nurse being found guilty of professional misconduct in Saskatchewan for personal comments she made on Facebook and Twitter about care received by her grandfather…. Read more »
I was interviewed by Advocate Daily on our launch. You can read the article here. I love working with Advocate Daily – they are an amazing resource to the legal profession and to the public who want to keep up with the latest legal news and developments. You will see reference to a second business… Read more »
Hi. Welcome. I’m happy to announce that the website is live (finally!) – and this blog is live. So join me as I journey through legal issues in health care. In this blog, I will comment on: New legislation and legal cases affecting health care organizations in Ontario Updates in the areas of: Privacy Physician… Read more »