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In spring of 2015, the Department of Health introduced legislative amendments to the Medical Services Payment Act to allow for public disclosure of these payments.

A disclaimer prefacing the government’s list on Monday notes the amounts disclosed are “gross amounts paid” and “does not reflect expenses a medical practitioner may pay, such as staff or rent, and therefore does not reflect their net income.”In other words, practitioners do not take home the amounts listed.

Future lists, it added, will be included with annual disclosures made by the Office of the Comptroller.

The Atlantic Canada Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation called disclosure "a step forward towards greater transparency.""It provides average citizens with more information about how government spends our money and as a result makes our government more accountable," said Kevin Lacey.

Speaking to reporters at press conference in Moncton, the president of the New Brunswick Medical Society said "physicians overall are comfortable with what's going on.”Dr.

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