No replacement needed for LHINs et al

Nothing needs to replace LHINs, CCAC, Hospital Navigator or whatever other iteration exists of this wasteful layer of government bureaucracy.

A family physician, gerontologist or an assessment centre (e.g., Centre for Healthy Aging, St. Peter’s Hospital, Hamilton, ON) are quite capable, as they’ve always been, of helping a person access specialized care, e.g., helping an elder person receive appropriate in-home care.

This is another example of outrageous duplication that government loves because it’s self-aggrandizing.  Congratulations to Ontario’s new government for putting an end to this waste of taxpayers’ dollars.


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