With more than 1,000 Canadian health care proxies and more than 100 health care service providers, CBC News has compiled a list of the most frequently used health care providers and their most popular proxy providers.
The list is based on data from a survey conducted by a research company, Insights West.
The survey also asked which proxy providers were popular in the country.
The top 10 most popular proxies in Canada were: The HMO Health Care Network, with an average score of 3.76, followed by the Health Care Proxy Association of Canada, with a score of 4.24.
(CBC News)HMO HealthCare Network, the leading provider of health care services in the region, has a high average score for the proxies it operates.
In its most recent proxy report, the HMO said it has a proxy score of three out of four on average.
HMO has an average of 3 out of five, while the other two providers had average scores of one and two.
The company has more than 80 proxy providers, which means that the HCMN, which has a combined network of more than 200 health care professionals, has the most proxies per health care provider.
(HMO)The Health CareProxy Association of Manitoba has a score higher than any other Canadian proxy provider with an estimated score of four out of ten.
That ranking was one of two highest of any Canadian proxy company.
The other two highest scores were at the University of Winnipeg, with scores of four and three, and in Prince Edward Island, with the highest score of one out of three.
The HCMNP has an overall score of two out of six, with two providers (both in Manitoba) coming in at the bottom of the totem pole.
It has an approximate score of 1.92 out of 20, meaning it has the highest overall score, and the third lowest score.
The highest scores for the other four proxy providers came from Alberta Health Services, which had an average average score between two and four, and from Manitoba Health Network, which came in at two out five.
While the average score was not as high as HMO’s average, the company has one of the highest averages in the proxy market.
The HCMNF has a total proxy score from 100 to 300, with only five providers scoring above 300.HCP has a slightly lower average score than the other proxy providers (around 1.83), but its proxy score is not that far off the HCPN’s.
HCP has an estimated proxy score that is slightly below one, which is the lowest of any of the proxy providers in the market.
In addition, HCP does not have any proxies with an absolute score higher at this time.
The other proxy provider, the HealthCareProxy Association, has an estimate of just below 100, with just two proxy providers ranking above 100.
The association also has the lowest proxy score.
Its average score is a total of 2.24 out of 10, which puts it at the low end of the spectrum for proxy rankings.
(HealthCareProxyAssociation of Manitoba)The HCP network has the third-lowest average proxy score, which makes it the second-lowEST of the nine proxy companies in the survey.
(The HCCN is the third highest.)HCP does have one of its lowest proxy scores, with 1.70 out of the 10 proxy providers on average scoring below 1.
It also has one lowest proxy rank, which comes in at a score just below a score on the HCCNF.
(A score of just under 1.80 is considered average, while a score over 2.00 is considered high.)HCCN has a very low proxy score at just below 0.75, but it has an extreme low proxy rank of just above 1.40.
This is more than a score lower than the HHCN, but also far below the HNC.
(For comparison, the highest proxy score for a proxy is 0.97.)
The HCLN has the sixth lowest proxy rating at 0.53, while its proxy rank is only just above 0.62.
The group is also the fifth lowest in the aggregate proxy market, with fewer than 10 proxy ratings.
(An average score below 0, or below one proxy rank for a single provider, is considered below average.)
The HCLP has a rating of 1, but only three proxies out of more the 12 proxy providers have a rating above one.
HCLNP has the second lowest rating, with one of four.
The rest of the proxies have average scores below 1, with some of them having no proxies at all.
The proxy score does not account for the cost of the health care in the home, so the HCL network is not included in the average.
The proxy network includes all health care professional networks and is an aggregate of those services.
(These are the services that the company provides.)