Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd, Founder & Managing Attorney, TTL Health Law, has joined The Expert Network©, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals. Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd has been chosen as a Distinguished Lawyer™ based on peer reviews and ratings, dozens of recognitions, and accomplishments achieved throughout her career.
Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd outshines others in her field due to her extensive educational background, numerous awards and recognitions, and career longevity. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Western Ontario where she was on the Dean’s List of Honour Students. She is also a Certified Specialist in Health Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
With over 30 years dedicated to law, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd brings a wealth of knowledge to her industry, and in particular to her area of specialization, healthcare law. When asked why she decided to pursue this specialization in law, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd said:
“I saw that the landscape for healthcare providers was rapidly changing in the decade or so before I was called to the bar but there wasn’t any specialty in healthcare law. My concern was that it was so important to the public but there not a depth of legal knowledge in the area.”
In 1987, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd founded the healthcare section of the Canadian Bar Association and becoming its first National Health Law Chair. After becoming a Certified Specialist in Health Law, she began writing, lecturing, and practicing this brand new area of the law, dealing with novel regulatory and policy issues that had not yet been addressed in a comprehensive way.
In her practice today, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd focuses on representing medical professionals in the myriad issues they may face in today’s legal climate. She is widely recognized for her expertise in advocating for clients in both Ontario and the United States and has extensive experience arguing before the Superior, Divisional, and Appellate courts of Ontario. Throughout her career, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd has successfully shepherded numerous clients through the travails of navigating top administrative boards and tribunals.
As a thought-leader in her field, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd continues to write, speak, and teach on a broad range of topics in health law. She recently has spoken to audiences of prominent medical professionals at events such as the Bayer Medical-Legal Dinner and the Canadian Association of Aesthetic Medicine’s 13th annual conference. She also has written about such important topics as private healthcare in Ontario and recent regulatory changes.
From this unique vantage point, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd keeps her finger on the pulse of prevailing trends within health law. In particular, she notes how universal healthcare in Canada has created a possibly unconstitutional problem in prohibiting citizens from paying in exchange for expedited medical care:
“The government in each province is the only health insurer, and they pay for everything. You have access to healthcare regardless of whether you have pre-existing conditions or how costly your care will be. That’s the superb side of the system. But the problem with that is that as the population ages and as our population grows, there aren’t enough funds to keep throwing it into the healthcare pot. So what’s happening is they are trying to deliver more care with less, and the wait lists were going into years. They still are in some areas and yet the public are not allowed by law to pay for medically necessary care. That’s the downside of the system.”
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