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Medical Confidence exists to help empower individuals to be informed and active participants in thei Medical Confidence’s mission is to empower Canadian healthcare consumers through its navigation services so that patients have information and access to ideal physician specialists when they need it the most.

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Canadians aren't as happy as they were 10 years ago 04/01/2022

Canadians aren't as happy as they were 10 years ago

According to a recent Healthing article by Emma Jones, Canadians aren’t as happy as they were 10 years ago. Now in its tenth year of publication, the World Happiness Report was released on March 17, 2022 and marks a “substantial fall” for Canada, once ranked the fifth happiest country in the world and currently sitting in eleventh place. Should Canadians be worried about this significant decline?
The jury is out. While happiness is something which most everyone aspires to, research indicates that there might be a dark side to living in a very happy country. A social psychologist and professor at Melbourne University named Brock Bastian suggests that higher societal pressure to be happy may actually increase the severity of depression and other mental health conditions. One theory is that someone with symptoms of depression can feel more socially isolated in a group of happy people. This pressure to be happy, real or imagined, may take a toll on the individual and lead to greater unhappiness.
Learn more: https://www.healthing.ca/wellness/mental-health/canada-substantial-fall-world-happiness-rankings/

Canadians aren't as happy as they were 10 years ago Canada continues 'substantial fall' in World Happiness Rankings

Why some businesses are paying staff a living wage, not just the minimum | CBC News 03/31/2022

Why some businesses are paying staff a living wage, not just the minimum | CBC News

A CBC News article by Alison Northcott amplifies the emerging trend of living wage employers. As stated in the article, the living wage is determined by how much a person needs to earn per hour in order to meet the essential cost of living and stay above the poverty line. While the minimum wage is increasing in some provinces, advocacy groups maintain that there is a big gap between minimum wage and the true cost of living.
Patricia Massey, owner of Massey Books in Vancouver, recently signed on to become a living wage employer. Said Massey, “I’m responsible for paying somebody a wage that’s going to allow them to pay their bills and to support their families…If I can’t pay staff properly, there’s no point in having a store.”
Learn more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/living-wage-minimum-wage-cost-of-living-1.6387970

Why some businesses are paying staff a living wage, not just the minimum | CBC News A growing number of small businesses and organizations are becoming certified as what's known as "living wage employers," committing to paying workers based on the real costs of making ends meet in their region.

When it comes to patient navigation, apps alone aren’t the answer - Medical Confidence 03/30/2022

When it comes to patient navigation, apps alone aren’t the answer - Medical Confidence

In a classic post by Angela Johnson, Founder of Medical Confidence, the importance of patient navigation is highlighted. While many benefits providers offer comprehensive and accessible online resources, employees may be reluctant to use an app without personal assistance. A human connection is often needed to take that first step and begin moving forward. This is where patient navigation can help bridge the gap.
For years now, patient navigation has been a vital part of the American healthcare system. While the US system is not ideal in every aspect, those who fall critically ill and receive benefits do have timely access to a patient navigator. What can a patient navigator do?
• Assess needs
• Educate
• Remove barriers
• Provide access
• Give Support
Private U.S. companies offering patient navigation services to benefits providers and clients often report shorter off-work times and lower claims. So, when will Canada embrace this proven healthcare solution?
Learn more:
https://www.medicalconfidence.com/blog/patient-navigation-apps-alone-not-answer/

When it comes to patient navigation, apps alone aren’t the answer - Medical Confidence Benefits providers offer their clients a raft of services, from 24/7 physician access, to internet cognitive therapy. These are often accessed via Apps. This system works sometimes, especially with less severe medical conditions and tech-savvy plan members. But even with them, what they want first i...

How one manic episode helped a physician see addiction differently | CBC Radio 03/29/2022

How one manic episode helped a physician see addiction differently | CBC Radio

A new book entitled “The Urge: Our History of Addiction”, by psychiatrist Carl Erik Fisher, explores how society’s view of addiction has changed over the years, now taking into account sociological influences such as history and race. Matt Galloway spoke with Fisher in a recent edition of The Current on CBC/Radio-Canada (article written by Mouhamad Rachini). Throughout the interview/article, addiction was addressed through both a personal and therapeutic lens when Fisher detailed his own struggles with alcohol and stimulants, including one manic episode that altered his entire perspective on addiction.
Said Fisher, “There’s a lot of value in…recognizing the way that addiction is so complex and exists across all of these different levels: the social, the cultural, the individual, the humanistic, the spiritual. Just to do that…to bring in more compassion and nuance and complexity would be a major step forward and free us up to respond in a more flexible and helpful way.”
Learn more: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-march-1-2022-1.6368338/how-one-manic-episode-helped-a-physician-see-addiction-differently-1.6376497

How one manic episode helped a physician see addiction differently | CBC Radio Addiction psychiatrist Carl Erik Fisher looks at how society’s understanding of addiction has changed over the centuries, and what that taught him about his own recovery.

How music therapy is changing health care in this rural Nova Scotia town | CBC News 03/28/2022

How music therapy is changing health care in this rural Nova Scotia town | CBC News

As proven throughout history time and again, music can have a profound impact on civilization. Every culture engages in some form of musical expression and the world often unites through song (think of Christmas carols, national anthems, and classical musicians like Mozart or Bach). It only stands to reason that the transformational power of music can enrich our lives, even when facing difficult, life-altering diagnoses.
In a recent CBC News article, Aly Thomson shares how music therapy is changing health care in a rural Nova Scotia town. At St. Martha’s Regional Hospital in Antigonish, N.S., music therapists are now employed to work with palliative care patients, using musical interventions to build therapeutic relationships. Here are some notable benefits of this practice:
• Provides a safe space for social and emotional expression
• Reduces anxiety and pain
• Improves well-being and promotes social interaction (helps people connect and make memories)
• Helps to define the end-of-life transition in a positive way
Learn more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/music-therapy-antigonish-health-care-rebecca-mcdonald-1.6383394

How music therapy is changing health care in this rural Nova Scotia town | CBC News Rebecca McDonald was recently hired as a music therapist in the palliative care department at St. Martha's Regional Hospital in Antigonish, N.S. The rural hospital now has two music therapists.

This Ontario company will pay you for a job interview and here's how much 03/25/2022

This Ontario company will pay you for a job interview and here's how much

Can you imagine getting paid for a job interview? A non-profit Canadian organization is doing just that! FoodShare Toronto will pay job applicants $75 per interview conducted with the company. Sean Davidson details this groundbreaking initiative in a recent CTV News article. What are the whys behind the WOW?! Here’s a look at some of the reasons that FoodShare decided to pay for an interview:
•Compensation for candidates who often bear the cost of an interview through lost work time and/or childcare needs
•A sign of respect that serves to “humanize the process”
•To show candidates that they are wanted and their time is valuable
CEO Paul M. Taylor says, “I feel like capitalism has really given workers a raw deal. And I think that’s one of the things that we’re also pushing back on. We want to inspire as much change as possible.”
To learn more about this employee attraction/retention strategy and equal pay, view the full article here:
https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/this-ontario-company-will-pay-you-for-a-job-interview-and-here-s-how-much-1.5816120

This Ontario company will pay you for a job interview and here's how much A Canadian company is attracting attention for a new policy that began this month where they will pay candidates who are offered a job interview.

Design experts rethink the workspace as pandemic restrictions ease across Canada | CBC Radio 03/24/2022

Design experts rethink the workspace as pandemic restrictions ease across Canada | CBC Radio

As a result of the pandemic, design experts are now rethinking the traditional workspace. Expectations about where and how Canadians work have shifted over the past few years, and have exposed the need to balance human connection with safety, including improved air quality and ventilation. In a recent CBC News article written by Yvette Brand and adapted from a CBC/Radio-Canada report airing on The Current, efforts to create a welcoming and productive workplace are highlighted.
Werklab Inc. is a prime example of the new workspace. At WerkLab, a co-working space in Vancouver, people can rent a desk, office, or boardroom. Instead of office cubicles that separate employees from one another, WerkLab offers an open space with a “club” atmosphere. People are surrounded by about 130 tropical plants and there is also a designated meditation area and aromatherapy bar. Matthew Cosar, manager of WerkLab, says the goal is to “provide a safe and inspiring place”.
Learn more:
https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-feb-25-2022-1.6364228/design-experts-rethink-the-workspace-as-pandemic-restrictions-ease-across-canada-1.6373245

Design experts rethink the workspace as pandemic restrictions ease across Canada | CBC Radio Workplace design and safety engineers and experts say the pandemic has forced a societal rethink about what people want from a work space and how to make it safe, inviting and productive.

Nova Scotia funding $3M in mental health and addictions grants - Halifax | Globalnews.ca 03/23/2022

Nova Scotia funding $3M in mental health and addictions grants - Halifax | Globalnews.ca

In a Global News article, Karla Renic reports on new funding for mental health and addictions in Nova Scotia. The provincial government is allocating $3 million in grants to various programs, with priority given to groups that serve Indigenous communities, LGBTQ2+ communities, African Nova Scotians, people with disabilities, and newcomers. Organizations working with clients who face insecure housing, poverty, violence, and trauma are also eligible.
Starr Cunningham, President and CEO of the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, had this to say about the increased need for funding: “Nova Scotians who are struggling with their mental wellness, mental illness and addiction need to know there is help and there is hope.”
Learn more: https://globalnews.ca/news/8686550/ns-mental-health-grant-funding-3m/

Nova Scotia funding $3M in mental health and addictions grants - Halifax | Globalnews.ca Expected to begin this summer, organizations will be able to apply for grants through the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.

03/22/2022

Testimonials - Medical Confidence

Are you looking for a healthcare solution that offers personalized navigation, reduced wait times, and access to the right specialist? So was our client Jim.
Following two years of a frustrating search for answers, Jim came to Medical Confidence with excruciating pain after fracturing his shoulder in a fall. A year of physiotherapy had failed to improve his symptoms and he could no longer work or perform basic tasks. Jim received cortisone injections on the advice of his primary care physician but experienced limited relief. A four month wait for a specialist proved to be futile when Jim attended the appointment and discovered that the surgeon only treated hips and knees. Although Jim was offered a referral to another surgeon, he would need to wait approximately 2 years for surgery.
Within 8 months of contacting us, Jim had a shoulder replacement performed by a MedConfidence Specialist and returned to work. This procedure improved his condition to the point where Jim now plays golf in his spare time!
Read about Jim and other client testimonials here: https://www.medicalconfidence.com/testimonials/

Testimonials - Medical Confidence Ana, a mother, wife and owner of a successful business, was experiencing abdominal pain, bloating and constipation. Ana’s family doctor referred her to an OB/GYN who advised her she had a very large and complex cyst on one of her ovaries. The specialist recommended surgical removal of the cyst. An...

2 years into the pandemic, Canada's mental-health system is at a crisis point | CBC News 03/21/2022

2 years into the pandemic, Canada's mental-health system is at a crisis point | CBC News

According to a CBC News article by Adam Miller, the pandemic has placed tremendous pressure on an already flawed Canadian mental health-care system. A recent survey conducted by the Angus Reid Institute, in partnership with CBC, revealed stark results about the state of mental health in Canada. Among key findings, Miller reports that 54 percent of respondents believe their mental health has deteriorated over the past two years, with 56 percent noting that their sense of optimism has also worsened. Women were more likely than men to report a decline in mental health.
Said Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General, “The information we have now about the impact of COVID-19 on the world’s mental health is just the tip of the iceberg. This is a wake-up call to all countries to pay more attention to mental health and do a better job of supporting their populations’ mental health.”
Learn more about how to break down barriers and bounce back here:
https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/canada-mental-health-crisis-covid-19-pandemic-1.6382378

2 years into the pandemic, Canada's mental-health system is at a crisis point | CBC News The mental health of Canadians has deteriorated in the two years since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, putting pressure on a mental health-care system that was already close to a breaking point.

03/18/2022

Testimonials - Medical Confidence

Feeling lost in the Canadian healthcare system? Not sure where to turn or who to talk to? You are not alone - and Medical Confidence can help. Through personalized navigation and timely access to the right specialist, we can help provide appropriate diagnosis and treatment. Your improved health is our top priority and we are committed to empowering you along this journey. Just like our patient Barb.
A 37 year-old sales executive trying to start a family with her husband, Barb miscarried halfway through her second trimester of pregnancy. She was devastated by this loss and began to struggle with activities of daily living, including her job. Barb was referred to a psychiatrist for clinical depression by her primary care physician. The caveat? A ten-month wait for an appointment! Meanwhile, Barb’s condition was deteriorating and she was considering a leave of absence from work.
Within two weeks of contacting Medical Confidence on the advice of her manager, Barb received her first appointment with a MedConfidence psychiatrist who specializes in depression. Following a course of cognitive therapy in combination with pharmacotherapy, Barb began to feel herself moving “up” and soon returned to work. She and her husband continue to pursue their dream of starting a family.
Learn more about how Medical Confidence can help you: https://www.medicalconfidence.com/testimonials/

Testimonials - Medical Confidence Ana, a mother, wife and owner of a successful business, was experiencing abdominal pain, bloating and constipation. Ana’s family doctor referred her to an OB/GYN who advised her she had a very large and complex cyst on one of her ovaries. The specialist recommended surgical removal of the cyst. An...

Remember COVID? Why many of us are suffering from brain fog 03/17/2022

Remember COVID? Why many of us are suffering from brain fog

Having trouble remembering personal names or words of familiar objects? Taking longer than usual to think and make a decision? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you might be suffering from “brain fog” - a common symptom of “long COVID.”
A recent National Post, Inc. article by Adam Hussain explores the topic of pandemic-induced brain fog. For those who have contracted the COVID-19 virus, long-term effects can include cognitive impairment, which may affect mental health and hinder activities of daily living. In fact, approximately 600 million people worldwide experience brain fog. While the science is still under investigation, potential causes for brain fog include the possibility that the virus is directly attacking brain cells or the suggestion that indirect effects of COVID-19 on the body could be impacting the brain’s performance.
What can people do to alleviate symptoms and restore health? Learn more:
https://nationalpost.com/brain-health/remember-covid-why-many-of-us-are-suffering-from-brain-fog

Remember COVID? Why many of us are suffering from brain fog Does the virus actually attack brain cells? Or is it a side effect of two years living with the pandemic?

This leader shifted her organization to a 4-day work week. She says she has no plans to go back | CBC News 03/16/2022

This leader shifted her organization to a 4-day work week. She says she has no plans to go back | CBC News

What would you do with an extra day off from work each week? How could this gift of time improve your mental health and wellbeing? For Ashley Priem, a 4-day work week has meant a return to childhood hobbies and activities like horseback riding. Ashley is a program director at EcoSuperior Environmental Programs where staff now work a 32-hour “flex” week in which employees determine their own schedule between Monday to Friday (with most employees opting for Fridays off). A recent CBC News article by Olivia Levesque highlights the benefits of this alternative arrangement as it gains traction in Canada and across the globe. Here are some key advantages for employers and employees noted in the article:
• Improved mental and physical health
• Reduced level of stress
• Increased creativity and productivity
• Greater equity (related research shows that mothers benefit the most from this flexible work schedule)
• A departure from the “culture of urgency”, allowing staff to make more intentional decisions rather than opting for convenience
Learn more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/thunder-bay-organization-work-week-1.6378006

This leader shifted her organization to a 4-day work week. She says she has no plans to go back | CBC News Staff at EcoSuperior in Thunder Bay, Ont., now work a 32 hour 'flex' week. Even with the shift to the four-day week, staff are still paid the same as they were when they worked a 35 hour week.

Employee Health: The Power of Credible Content + Navigation on Patient Outcomes - Medical Confidence 03/15/2022

Employee Health: The Power of Credible Content + Navigation on Patient Outcomes - Medical Confidence

Empowerment is defined as the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights. This is according to the dictionary. “Patient empowerment can be viewed as the opportunity to make good choices for personal health,” says Angela Johnson, Founder of Medical Confidence.
To make good medical choices that lead to improved outcomes, patients must first have access to credible information. For years, we have provided healthcare navigation to help individuals become more engaged, active participants in their own health journey. Our on-demand webinar, “The power of credible content + navigation in patient outcomes” offers proven solutions to help all plan sponsors looking to enhance employee engagement through benefits.
Watch the webinar to learn more about healthcare empowerment:
https://www.medicalconfidence.com/webinar/employee-health-the-power-of-credible-content-navigation-on-patient-outcomes/

Employee Health: The Power of Credible Content + Navigation on Patient Outcomes - Medical Confidence "About 29% of employees are more likely to look for a new job if the benefits package is not up to their satisfaction," according to a survey conducted by SHRM. Angela Johnson, President and Founder of Medical Confidence, and Sarah Kroll, Vice-President, Sales and Client Experience of iMD Health, re...

Mental health centre to be built in Ontario for first responders with post-traumatic stress injuries | CBC News 03/14/2022

Mental health centre to be built in Ontario for first responders with post-traumatic stress injuries | CBC News

First responders are often witness to immense human suffering on the job. Aiding those in crisis for a living can eventually lead to emotional turmoil, resulting in mental health conditions and/or addictions. The pandemic has only exacerbated this issue, with police officers, firefighters, and paramedics accounting for 38 percent of all work-related mental stress injury claims in Ontario.
In a recent article by The Canadian Press, Liam Casey reports that a new mental health centre is slated to be built in Ontario for first responders and medical personnel with post-traumatic stress injuries. The goal of this centre is to support first responders with specialized, judgement-free treatment that addresses their unique needs while helping to destigmatize mental illness. Said Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg, “This is going to literally save lives.”
Learn more:
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/mental-health-centre-first-reponders-ontario-1.6371099

Mental health centre to be built in Ontario for first responders with post-traumatic stress injuries | CBC News With funding from the provincial and federal governments, a Toronto health-care facility is set to build and run a rehabilitation centre dedicated to treating first responders and medical personnel for post-traumatic stress injuries.

Here's how to cope with anxiety as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted across Canada | CBC Radio 03/10/2022

Here's how to cope with anxiety as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted across Canada | CBC Radio

After a series of protection measures including masks, social distancing, vaccine passports and lockdowns, pandemic restrictions are finally being lifted across the country. While most people have expressed a sense of relief and renewed hope for the future, there are still many immunocompromised and/or elderly citizens who remain at risk. Stephanie Dubois offers insight into how vulnerable Canadians can cope with pandemic-related anxiety in a new CBC News article for The Dose. Here are some psychologist recommendations for navigating a world without pandemic restrictions:

• Judge your risk tolerance - Depending on factors such as health risks and vaccinations, people may have different comfort levels when it comes to reintegration into society. Become familiar with current provincial or territorial guidelines and consider any personalized advice from family physicians or caregivers.

• Improve your tolerance for uncertainty - Use established safety measures to minimize risk and take small steps towards change. For example, if you have been housebound, start by taking a walk outside.

• Know when to seek out advice - There is a difference between anxiety and fear. If fear is excessive and begins to take over your life, consider contacting a mental health professional.

Read the full article here: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/whitecoat/here-s-how-to-cope-with-anxiety-as-covid-19-restrictions-are-lifted-across-canada-1.6362112

Here's how to cope with anxiety as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted across Canada | CBC Radio As pandemic restrictions lift in many parts of the country, some of society's most vulnerable may be left feeling anxious about how to cope without that extra layer of security. Some psychologists advise doing a risk assessment before venturing into the world.

How flexible back-to-work plans could tap the talents of workers facing employment barriers | CBC News 03/09/2022

How flexible back-to-work plans could tap the talents of workers facing employment barriers | CBC News

In a new CBC News article, Terri Trembath takes a closer look at how flexible back-to-work plans could actually allow employers to attract a new pool of candidates, increasing job opportunities for workers facing employment barriers such as geography, disability, and even gender. According to Trembath, a report from Deloitte Canada pointed out that hybrid models could be hugely beneficial to those who are unable to work the traditional 9-5 job.
Kevin McNichol, CEO of Prospect Human Services Society says, "A happy employee is a productive employee and an effective employee so this just gives employers more tools and more ability to help create an environment where employees can find their success." While each individual is unique and there is no single solution to what the best workplace environment for people facing barriers might be, there is now greater opportunity for flexible employment arrangements ahead.
Learn more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/back-to-work-market-flexibility-1.6364618

How flexible back-to-work plans could tap the talents of workers facing employment barriers | CBC News Experts said a focus on hybrid and remote back-to-work models would attract a new pool of candidates that might have been frozen out of the employment market.

Commentary: Women must prioritize mental health on their way to the top 03/08/2022

Commentary: Women must prioritize mental health on their way to the top

International Women’s Day is the perfect opportunity to focus on positive mental health for professional women - no matter what their chosen career! A recent article by Alva Adams-Mason in Fortune magazine addresses the reasons why, “Women must prioritize mental health on their way to the top.” According to Adams-Mason, women are at an elevated risk of anxiety and depression. Throughout the article, Adams-Mason offers helpful suggestions on how to cultivate positive mental health. She further provides employer tips for supporting women’s mental health in the workplace, including the following:
• Prioritize mental health - Make the ethical and business-savvy choice! Happy employees create
a more productive and harmonious workplace.
• Provide benefits that support mental health - Access to mental health counselling and other
work/life resources can help employees successfully navigate life’s challenges and better meet
the demands of the job.
• Create a healthy work culture - Companies that value a work environment built on mutual
trust can empower employees to bring their full selves to work, benefitting everyone.
• Commit to making women’s advancement a company priority - Regardless of gender or race,
everyone must feel welcomed, respected, and valued.
Read the full article to learn more about positive mental health strategies: https://fortune.com/2022/01/21/women-mental-health-careers-support-employers/

Commentary: Women must prioritize mental health on their way to the top Relentlessly pursuing your goals is critical to making it to the C-suite, but taking care of your mental health is equally, if not more, important.

Property Casual Insurance - Medical Confidence 03/08/2022

Property Casual Insurance - Medical Confidence

Are you suffering as a result of a motor vehicle accident or personal injury? Struggling with chronic mental illness? Medical Confidence offers timely recovery-based treatment for bodily injury and mental health claims. Healthcare is complex. We make it simple with Property Casualty Insurance! Our solutions support claimants by reducing confusion and long wait times, ensuring quick access to recovery focused mental and physical care.
Consider the example of our client, Kerry. Throughout his childhood and youth, Kerry was actively involved in competitive sports such as hockey and soccer. At 19, Kerry experienced his first knee injury when his ACL ligament was torn. He then traversed a downward journey of surgeries, cartilage damage, and subsequent surgeries for both knees. Kerry estimates that he has spent about 10% of his life in recovery and eventually reached the point where even walking and turning became painfully difficult.
After waiting months between various specialist appointments, Kerry was repeatedly told that he was too young for knee replacements and would need to wait until the age of 60 to undergo this surgery. Thanks to Medical Confidence, Kerry’s surgery was expedited by approximately 20 years and has helped create his long-term goal for a return to sports! According to Kerry, this goal has provided clarity and “clarity brings a level of calmness…that just makes life so much easier.”
Learn more about Property Casualty Insurance here: https://www.medicalconfidence.com/property-casualty-insurance/

Property Casual Insurance - Medical Confidence Healthcare is complex, we make it simple. We reduce claimants’ confusion and wait times for healthcare services in Canada. Our personal navigators effectively coordinate your claimants’ end-to-end healthcare journey to pre-accident health.

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