Nova Scotia MDs to earn more for treating elderly

Grant, Dorothy
June 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/15/99, Vol. 160 Issue 12, p1689
Academic Journal
Reports the fee increase for Nova Scotia physicians who treat the elderly as of June 15, 1999. Details of the geriatric patient office visit fee and other fee increases passed by the Department of Health and the Medical Society of Nova Scotia; Increase in the number of elderly in Nova Scotia; Comments from Robert Mullan, society president; Outlook.


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