Call for Nominations for FSRA’s Health Service Provider Stakeholder Advisory Committee

TORONTO, April 7, 2022 /CNW/ – The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) encourages health service providers to apply to its Stakeholder Advisory Committee. The individuals selected will provide advice to the FSRA Board and management on priorities, budget and other matters that the Board deems appropriate.

FSRA is seeking fourteen Advocate-Members for a two-year term beginning in the spring of 2022. Appointed Advocates must be experienced members of their respective professions and hold a leadership position with a health service provider accredited. They should represent their organization or profession on relevant matters and have direct and extensive experience in from Ontario car insurance system.

The FSRA licenses health service providers who bill auto insurers directly for medical and rehabilitation services provided to accident benefit claimants. FSRA also regulates the business and billing practices of licensed service providers.

To learn more about the terms of reference and selection criteria for the Health Service Provider Stakeholder Advisory Committee, please see the following updated terms of reference:

Health service providers

Application process

Interested candidates are requested to send a curriculum vitae and a cover letter to [email protected].

Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 29, 2022.

Candidates who have already applied for the HSP SAC via the previous call for members in January 2022you do not need to reapply.

Learn more

FSRA continues to work on behalf of all stakeholders, including consumers, to ensure financial security, fairness and choice for all. Learn more about

SOURCE Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario

For further information: For media inquiries, please contact: Russ Courtney, Senior Media Relations and Digital Officer, Financial Services Regulatory Authority, Email: [email protected]Phone. : 437-225-8551

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