Newly-released documents show that a Saskatchewan optometrist's billings to the Non-Insured Health Benefits program raised concerns for Health Canada.
What does NIHB stand for?
NIHB stands for Non-Insured Health Benefits (Canada)
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- Neointimal Hyperplasia Area
- Neutral Independent Humanitarian Action (International Committee of the Red Cross)
- National Institutes of Health Alumni Association
- National Institute of Health Animal Center (Poolesville, MD)
- Northwest International Health Action Coalition (University of Washington)
- National Integrated Health Associates, Washington, DC
- National Institute for Homeland Security and Anti-Terrorism Preparedness
- Northern Ireland Health and Activity Survey (report)
- National Indian Health Board
- National Institute of Home Builders
- Northern Illinois Home Builders
- Northern Ireland Horse Board (UK)
- Northern Illinois Home Builders Association
- National Institute of Haematology and Blood Transfusion (Vietnam)
- National Integrative Health Congress (Burke, VA)
- Northern Ireland Hamster Club (UK)
- Northern Ireland Hospice Care (UK)
- Northwest Iowa Health Center (Sheldon, IA)
- Nottingham Ice Hockey Club (UK)
- Northern Ireland Healthcare Chaplains' Association (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
15 OxyContin had been pulled off the Drug Benefit List of the Non-Insured Health Benefits Program, which provides drug coverage for more than 800,000 registered First Nations and Inuit.
She's seen more requests from First Nations citizens, especially those denied assistance from the federal government's Non-Insured Health Benefits program.
A really big problem in treating inflammatory arthritis in Aboriginal communities is that non-insured health benefits simply doesn't make available the medication that are proved to treat the underlying causes.
A really big problem in treating inflammatory arthritis in Aboriginal communities is that non-insured health benefits simply doesn't make available the medications that are proved to treat the underlying causes.
Asked if non-insured health benefits (NIHB) funding would be restored, he repeated that the government is "working out the details.
A lot of people who access non-insured health benefits, a lot of them are diabetic, have arthritis, chest pains.
ITK has been successful in obtaining a six-month delay in the implementation of the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Consent initiative by Health Canada," it stated.