The Ontario Bar Association published an article in their August 14, 2015 online section newsletter edition entitled, Uncovering the “Secrecy Loophole” in Quality of Care Investigations: The Path to Reforming "QCIPA". In the article, Edward discusses anticipated changes to Ontario's quality improvement legislation.
December 7, 2014 ~ Edward Mancinelli presented at a health law conference in Toronto on December 4, 2014. Edward spoke to attendees on optimizing health records in the quality assurance process for healthcare organizations ahead of upcoming changes to quality of care incident investigation laws in Ontario. On the same day, he also presented on privacy, capacity and consent for the elderly in long-term care and community settings.
September 2, 2014 ~ Dr. D’Astolfo will lead province-wide study (in conjunction with York University’s Faculty of Health) on collaborative care for the treatment and management of specific back conditions for long-term care residents. This ground-breaking research is supported by sponsoring institution, Kensington Health in Toronto and is funded by the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA).
June 24, 2013 ~ Edward Mancinelli presented on the Legal Aspects of Integrating Health Practitioners at Canadian Chiropractor national forum at McMaster University’s McMaster Innovation Park on June 22, 2013.
February 13, 2013 ~ OLTCA (Ontario Long-Term Care Association) ~ Dr. D’Astolfo was selected to present a ground-breaking poster on a policy study on improving rehabilitation outcomes in Long-Term Care. The OGA (Ontario Gerontology Association) has also invited Dr. D’Astolfo to speak to a gathering of practitioners, educators, clinicians, researchers and administrators from across Ontario on May 1 and 2, 2013.
November 9, 2012 ~ Ten Years Since the Romanow Report: Retrospect … and Prospect ~ Edward Mancinelli and Dr. D’Astolfo attended the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) invitational Forum in Toronto, Canada where leading health policy experts from across Canada came together to look back on the issues giving rise to Romanow’s report and examine the challenges that remain ahead.
March 28, 2012 ~ The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has announced that it is now accepting applications to register sound marks. Each application for registration of a sound mark should (1) state that the application is for the registration of a sound mark; (2) contain a drawing that graphically represents the sound; (3) contain a description of the sound; and (4) contain an electronic recording of the sound. For more information, please contact us today.