The province and it’s doctors may not have to go all the way back to square one in negotiating a deal.
This after members of the Ontario Medical Association voted down a four year tentative agreement.
Doctor Nadia Alam is with Concerned Ontario Doctors–the group that lead the charge to reject the deal.
Alam says there are things Doctors liked in the deal–particularly co-management of the health care system.
She says M-D’s could find savings–like in middle administration–with an eye towards putting that money into front line healthcare.