This report reviews the Province’s health sector spending plan in the 2023 Ontario Budget and the 2023-24 Expenditure Estimates.
This report reviews the Province’s health sector spending plan and discusses the Province’s plans for five priority areas: hospital capacity, long-term care and home care, surgical waitlists and wait times, emergency departments, and the health sector workforce.
This report analyzes Ontario Public Sector employment and compensation. The report provides an overview of public sector employment in Ontario, discusses upcoming collective bargaining negotiations and the application of wage restraint under Bill 124, projects provincial spending on employee compensation over the next five years, and discusses three key risks to this projection: inflation, the court challenge to Bill 124 and staffing shortages.
This report analyzes the impact in 2019-20 of Ontario families’ contributions to provincial government revenues and the benefits they received from provincial government spending. Using 2019-20 as a representative year, the report estimates how many families were net beneficiaries from provincial government revenue collection and spending, and how many were net contributors.
This report was prepared to support the Standing Committee on Estimates’ review of the Ministry of Long-Term Care’s 2021-22 Expenditure Estimates. The report provides a financial overview of the ministry and identifies key financial issues, including the commitment to add and redevelop 30,000 long-term care beds and increase the average daily direct care hours provided to long-term care residents.
The purpose of this report is to support the Standing Committee on Estimates’ review of the Ministry of Health’s 2021-22 Expenditure Estimates. The report provides a financial overview of the ministry and identifies key financial issues for the health sector.
This report provides a preliminary review of the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the Ontario health sector, with a focus on hospital capacity.
This report looks at the waitlist for a long-term care bed in Ontario which reached nearly 35,000 individuals in 2018-19, a 78 per cent increase from 2011-12.
The purpose of the report is to assist members of the Standing Committee on Estimates as they review the 2019-20 Expenditure Estimates of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care starting on Tuesday, May 28.
This report provides an updated assessment of Ontario’s health spending.