Facts & Figures

Wait Times for Selected Surgery, Adult and Child in South East LHIN

 

 

Adult or Child

 

 

Surgery

 

 

Procedure

South East LHIN Wait time (Days) Jul-Aug-Sep 16 Ontario Wait time (Days) Jul-Aug-Sept 16 Target (Days)
Adult Orthopaedic Surgery (Bone/Spine) Hip Replacement Surgery 304 213 182
Adult Neurosurgery Lumbar Disc Surgery 300 160 182
Adult Ear, Nose and Throat/Head and Neck Surgery Nose and Sinus Surgery 288 193 182
Adult Orthopaedic Surgery (Bone/Spine) Knee Replacement Surgery 272 250 182
Adult Orthopaedic Surgery (Bone/Spine) Shoulder Surgery 259 177 182
Adult Ophthalmic Surgery (Eye Surgery) Cataract 225 210 182
Adult Ophthalmic Surgery (Eye Surgery) Cornea – Transplant 221 165 182
Child Paediatric Bone and Spine Surgery 215 179 182
Child Paediatric Dental/Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery 211 170 182
Adult Orthopaedic Surgery (Bone/Spine) Knee Arthroscopy 206 129 182
Adult Ophthalmic Surgery (Eye Surgery) Glaucoma (Eye Pressure Lowering Surgery) 198 93 112
Child Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat/Head & Neck Surgery 197 142 182
Adult Cancer Prostate Cancers 104 89 84
Adult Neurosurgery Summary   283 134 182
Adult Orthopaedic Surgery (Bone/Spine) Summary   251 200 182
Adult Ear, Nose and Throat/Head and Neck Surgery Summary   245 194 182
Adult Ophthalmic Surgery (Eye Surgery) Summary   224 203 84-182
Adult Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Summary   204 136 182

Extracted November 1, 2016 by Ontario Medical Association
http://www.ontariowaittimes.com/surgerydi/En/Type.aspx?view=0

MOHLTC Employees1
·         Number of MOHLTC employees on the “Sunshine List” in 2004: 174
·         Number of MOHLTC employees on the “Sunshine List” in 2015: 604
 
·         Number of LHIN employees on the “Sunshine List” in 2006: 3
·         Number of LHIN employees on the “Sunshine List” in 2015: 180
 
Unattached Adults2
·         Unattached Adults in Ontario: est. 670,000 (between 601K – 739K) (6%)
·         Unattached Adults in South East LHIN: est. 18,000 (between 10K – 27K) (4.4%)
·         Unattached Adults in Kingston: est. 6,000 (between 2K – 10K) (4.3%)
 
LHIN Expenses FY2015/163
·         Ontario LHINs Operation Cost: $97,000,000
·         South East LHIN Operation Cost: $6,000,000
 
·         Ontario LHINs Total Budget: $25,500,000,000 (including Hospitals, LTC, CCAC)
·         South East LHIN Total Budget: $1,100,000,000 (including Hospitals, LTC, CCAC)

Notes:
1 – Source: Public Sector Salary Disclosure: http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/publications/salarydisclosure/pssd/
1 – Source: Health Care Experience Survey (Apr 2015 – Mar 2016)
2 – Source: LHIN Expenses FY2015/16 Public Accounts of Ontario Volume 1

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care 2014-15 Financial Estimates
Ministry Administration Program 0.2%  $107,963,500
Health Policy and Research Program 1.9%  $936,581,200
eHealth and Information Management Program 1.0%  $489,749,100
Ontario Health Insurance Program 36.2%  $17,904,655,400
Public Health Program 1.6%  $772,777,000
Local Health Integration Networks and Related Health Service Providers 48.2%  $23,802,401,600
Provincial Programs and Stewardship 9.9%  $4,874,045,700
Information Systems 0.3%  $134,114,600
Health Promotion 0.8%  $397,941,000
Statutory Appropriations 0.0%  $1,108,360
Ministry Total Operating Expense  $49,421,337,460

 

Chart
Administration, Health Policy & Research, eHealth & Info Systems, Health Promotion 4% 4.2%  $2,067,457,760
Public Health 2% 1.6%  $772,777,000
LHINs & Related HSPs 48% 48.2%  $23,802,401,600
Prov’l Programs & Stewardship 10% 9.9%  $4,874,045,700
Ontario Health Insurance Program 36% 36.2%  $17,904,655,400
Ministry Total Operating Expense 100.0%  $49,421,337,460
Ontario Health Insurance Program 36% 100.0%  $17,904,655,400
Ontario Health Insurance* 77.1%  $13,806,754,000
Drug Programs 20.4%  $3,659,864,600
Assistive Devices Program 2.4%  $438,036,800
*Ontario Health Insurance 99.3%  $13,806,754,000
Physicians and Practitioners   96% 95.9%  $13,246,195,000 Physicians and Practitioners 27% of Total MOHLTC Operating Expense
Independent Health 0.5%  $69,760,500 (Physicians 16.8%, source: CIHI)
Underserviced Area Plan 0.2%  $21,713,500
Northern Travel Program 0.4%  $53,281,600
Teletriage Services 0.3%  $44,422,200
Laboratory Services – Quality Mgt 0.0%  $4,598,900
Midwifery Services 1.0%  $134,488,200
Colorectal Cancer Screening 0.3%  $46,003,800
Disease Prevention Strategy 0.2%  $27,718,400
Health Quality Ontario 0.3%  $35,493,100
Quality Health Initiatives 0.2%  $25,904,400
Direct Administrative Expenses 0.7%  $97,174,400 Salaries and wages, employee benefits, Transportation and communication, Services, Supplies and Equip
LHINs and Related HSPs 100.0%  $23,802,401,600
Erie St. Clair 4.5%  $1,073,921,100
South West 9.0%  $2,131,200,000
Waterloo Wellington 4.2%  $987,853,500
Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant 11.4%  $2,703,747,800
Central West 3.5%  $824,723,300
Mississauga Halton 5.6%  $1,338,387,200
Toronto Central 19.0%  $4,527,665,300
Central 7.7%  $1,830,601,000
Central East 8.8%  $2,104,007,800
South East 4.5%  $1,074,643,800
Champlain 10.2%  $2,429,671,400
North Simcoe Muskoka 3.3%  $790,792,800
North East 5.8%  $1,372,863,200
North West 2.6%  $612,323,400
Provincial Programs and Stewardship 100.0%  $4,874,045,700
Provincial Programs** 79.8%  $3,890,761,300
Emergency Health Services 18.2%  $888,214,300
Stewardship 2.0%  $95,070,100
**Provincial Programs 100.0%  $3,890,761,300
Operation of Related Facilities 1.4%  $56,258,000
Cancer Care Ontario 29.1%  $1,131,185,700
Canadian Blood Services 12.3%  $477,258,700
HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C Programs 1.5%  $56,502,200
Ontario Breast Screening Program 0.8%  $31,175,200
Community and Priority Services 54.5%  $2,120,608,300
Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit 0.5%  $17,773,200
Retrieved October 11, 2016 http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/budget/estimates/2014-15/volume1/MOHLTC.html
Some key facts:

  • There were approximately 685,000 unattached adults and 126,000 unattached
    children in Ontario, based on data collected between July 2015 and June 2016. This
    represented 6 per cent of adults and 5.4 per cent of children.
  • Nearly 45% of the unattached population are males ages 16-44 and only 7.1% are
    seniors (65+).

The full report can be viewed here.