ORA’s Auto Insurance Reform Submission

Dear members

Below is our just-posted Auto Insurance Reform submission. It certainly was challenging to stick to the 500 word limit when there’s so much to say. However, we do expect to have opportunities to say more in person to policy makers in the coming weeks and months. We also had a very interesting meeting with FSRA’s Board of Directors recently and I’ll share more about that soon.

ORA Auto Insurance Reform Submission PDF

ORA Responds to Marshall Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Ontario Rehab Alliance (ORA) welcomes this opportunity to share our perspective on Mr. Marshall’s report.

Since its inception in 2009 the ORA has made its mark as a helpful and credible stakeholder. We are the only association in the auto insurance sector to focus solely on the needs and perspectives of licensed service providers and their clients, and we engage in proactive collaboration with other stakeholders whenever possible. We represent more than 134 provider companies employing thousands of Regulated Health Professionals and rehab support staff.

We have made constructive contributions to many policy development processes including the anti-fraud task force, implementation of service-provider licensing and the dispute resolution system review, to name just a few. We are pleased to be a part of FSCO’s Service Provider Industry Working Group and HCAI/AntiFraud Committee and are committed to offering constructive contributions to the policy development process to improve the auto insurance med-rehab benefits system . . .

Please Click this Link for Full ORA Response in PDF  ORA Marshall Report Submission