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Latest CADA News:

OHMEPA Response to AG Report on ADP

OHMEPA has posed questions to MoH/ADP raised by the Auditor General’s follow up report to its 2018 Annual Report. Our questions focus on ADP audits, device prices, serial numbers, and the authorizer's role in e-submissions. Click here to read the letter.

To see the letter, click HERE

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     Membership Benefits

  • Government Advocacy

  • Stakeholder Engagement

  • Communications

  • Professional Networking

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OHMEPA Vendors Council

This Vendors-only Council collaborates on the goals and issues faced by Ontario vendors and helps prioritize OHMEPA's advocacy with ADP. The Vendors Council is free with OHMEPA Membership. If you'd like to join the Council please contact us: info@cadaonline.ca.








 

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CADA is now OHMEPA

We are pleased to announce that CADA members have voted to approve the merger between CADA and HMEPA-ON and to change our association name to Ontario Home Medical Equipment Providers Association.

Over the next number of weeks we will be undertaking a full rebranding from CADA to OHMEPA so we request your patience as we transition.

We reached a consensus to merge our organizations around one vision of advocating for continuing and improving market opportunities for Ontario’s Assistive Devices Providers.

The value of the merger is clear.

  1. We have one unified voice to approach government decision makers.
  2. We have an expanded and more diversified membership, and it is growing.
  3. We have more volunteers and the ability to accomplish more.

The new association will focus specifically on meeting the needs of Ontario Assistive Devices Providers.

As you know, we have accomplished a great deal in the past year. We have moved the dial further with ADP in a single year, than in many preceding years combined.

Last year the conversation with ADP started with pandemic-related issues and these discussions are ongoing. We have also taken the conversation much further than that. We are now having meaningful discussions around a role for CADA in ADP pricing reviews and a more transparent audit process.

The new association will continue to work actively on the following priorities:

  1. Fostering a transparent and collaborative relationship with the Assistive Devices Program (ADP).
  2. Collaborating with the government of Ontario to advocate for fair and reasonable contract procurement and reimbursement policies, and data-driven pricing policies.
  3. Recruiting membership to gather a broad range of perspectives and to maintain and expand our reach as an advocacy body.

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A letter to Minister Elliot and General Hillier

We are all concerned with ensuring the safety and security of our clients, our staff and our colleagues. The Ontario government has announced its vaccination priorities and we feel it is critical to include our industry as a priority for vaccination and rapid testing. We encourage you to read the letter we have sent to Minister Elliott and General Rick Hillier, and share it with your local MPP.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL LETTER

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UPCOMING WEBINAR - March 23rd

Join a panel of Ontario OTs as they discuss their experiences with the recent e-Submission Rx process recently rolled out by the ADP.

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December Newsletter

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Ontario Home Medical Equipment Providers Association


“The Ontario Home Medical Equipment Providers Association will strengthen the assistive devices industry in Ontario for the benefit of all members through advocacy, coordinated representation at all government levels, and business-building networking opportunities.”

OHMEPA’s mission is to enhance independence through the provision of assistive devices to Ontarians with disabilities. OHMEPA believes that access to high quality, healthcare technology is critical to improving the independence of Ontarians.

 
  • Goal of the OHMEPA Code of Conduct
  • Research and Education
  • Safe and Effective Use of Assistive Devices
  • Sponsored Product Training and Education
  • Grants and Other Charitable Donations

As an OHMEPA Member, your company has exclusive access to:

  • Intelligence about current and emerging policy and the regulatory environment
  • highly relevant, timely education for you and your employees that supports your company's competitiveness and sustainability
  • sector-specific information that directly affects the bottom line for your business.

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