OMA Billing Webinar for Family Doctors
Join the OMA to learn about billing for family medicine, including PSA-related billing changes. This OMA billing webinar will discuss PSA-related changes to billing, virtual care codes, comprehensive care obligations, preventive care bonuses and more!
At the conclusion of the session, participants will be able to:
- Understand their primary care service obligations to patients and the contract that governs it
- Identify billing resources available to support accurate billing
- Enhance preventive care outcomes by linking to preventive care billing
Our physician billing experts and OMA staff will be on hand to answer your billing questions.
- Dr. Ryan Banach, Family Physician with Q&A support from physician experts and OMA Staff.
- Moderated by Dr. Chandi Chandrasena, Chief Medical Officer, OntarioMD
Dr. Ryan Banach
Ryan Banach is a comprehensive family physician in Toronto. He currently practices in a family health organization and has experience practicing as a fee-for-service physician and in a family health group.
Dr. Banach serves as the eReferral Primary Care Champion at Humber River Hospital. He is also an adjunct clinical lecturer at the University of Toronto and has taught medical students clinical skills, reflection, and self-awareness.
Dr. Banach is passionate about practice management and frequently delivers presentations to residents to help them better understand the business side of medicine. He also presents seminars on billing, office efficiency, and career management to Ontario family physicians.
As a former member of the OMA’s Uninsured Services Committee, Dr. Banach has contributed to developing the OMA’s Guide to Third Party and Uninsured Services.
Dr. Chandi Chandrasena
Dr. Chandi Chandrasena is OntarioMD’s Chief Medical Officer, providing the clinical perspective and advice to inform current and future digital health products and services for physicians to add increasing value to patient care.
Before joining OntarioMD, Dr. Chandrasena was an OntarioMD physician peer leader for six years mentoring physicians and practice staff to incorporate technology effectively into their workflows. She has been a regular speaker at many national and provincial conferences providing practical tips and best practices on certified electronic medical records systems and integrated digital health tools, as well as medical mobile apps that clinician practices have found valuable for patient care. Dr. Chandrasena also works closely with the Continuing Medical Education Department at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Chandrasena has advised the Champlain Local Health Integration Network on local issues and providing clinician-facing solutions, and has had roles on several boards and executive committees and co-chaired committees on virtual care and digital technology. Dr. Chandrasena has held many leadership roles at the OMA, including the elected chair (2018-2020) for District 8.