Preserving the pooling system in order to guarantee fair treatment to all (participants and covered groups) in the matter of prescription drug insurance.
The Corporation’s mandate is to ensure sound management of the pooling system, including the annual revision of the terms and conditions of pooling and their application.
Integrity• Impartiality • Foresight
The audit process allows the QDIPC to verify that the data submitted by the Participant properly reflect the Pooling rules mainly Pooling terms and conditions.
In order to ensure the validity of the information obtained, the Corporation requires all Participants (insurers, third-party payers or benefit plan administrators) to complete and file a certificate of compliance.
The compensation formula used is established by the QDIPC in collaboration with the Industry. A simple formula and clear rules of application facilitate consistent application of the rules, which is in everyone’s best interest.
This QDIPCinfo replaces the QDIPCinfo Terms of Application – Group Size published in June 2019
The Quebec Drug Insurance Pooling Corporation (QDIPC) was created following the adoption of the Prescription Drug Insurance Act (the Act) on June 19, 1996, and the establishment of the basic prescription drug insurance plan, which has been in effect since January 1, 1997.