The results of a vote by doctors on a tentative agreement between the Province and the Ontario Medical association are expected to be announced at some point on Monday.
The deal would see the physician services budget increased by 2.5 per cent a year for four years, going from 11.5 billion in 2016 to 12.9 billion in 2010.
It would also see doctors becoming more involved, as they would co-manage the system with the ministry of health.
Following fee cuts for some doctors’ services last year, under the new agreement there would be no unilateral cuts over the four year period.
The vote follows two years of strife between the OMA and the Province, with some doctors angry that the association failed to get an agreement on binding arbitration.
The OMA says it will continue to fight for that right in court.