Licences of health service providers suspended or revoked
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) has taken action against health service providers to better protect consumers and help maintain fair and reasonable auto insurance rates.
We suspended or revoked the licences of 170 health service providers who did not comply with their annual business reporting obligations.
FSRA uses this information to inform our supervision plan for the sector and identify trends that could lead to consumer risks and areas of concern.
We informed these individuals about potential enforcement action and followed up with them multiple times.
Service providers with suspended or revoked licences may still provide care to motor vehicle accident victims but cannot receive direct payment from insurance companies. Instead, claimants will receive money from their insurance companies to reimburse those service providers.
FSRA is responsible for licensing and supervising the conduct of licenced Health Service Providers in Ontario. We assess compliance with regulatory requirements to help reduce opportunities for fraud and better protect consumers.
- view health service providers with suspended and revoked licences
- find current information on a service provider’s licence status on the Public Registry of Licenced Service Providers
- get answers to frequently asked questions about the health services providers Annual Information Return
- learn more about how FSRA supervises the sector in the Health Service Provider Supervisory Plan (2022-2024) and licenced service provider obligations in the Health Service Provider Licensing Toolkit
- review the Health Service Provider Quick Guide to Compliance for a brief overview of obligations under the Insurance Act, its regulations and applicable FSRA Rules
FSRA continues to work on behalf of all stakeholders, including consumers, to ensure financial safety, fairness, and choice for everyone.
Learn more at www.fsrao.ca.