The "super agency", according to the draft bill, would be in charge of managing health-service needs across Ontario, health system operational management and co-ordination, quality improvement, knowledge dissemination, patient relations, digital health and activities relating to tissue donation and transplants.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath said Ontario's cabinet has already approved aspects of the proposal which would open the door to further privatization of the health system.
The documents follow last week's draft legislation, also leaked by the NDP, showing the Doug Ford government wants to create a "super agency".
The NDP said in a January 31 news release that they had obtained a health care privatization bill that indicated Doug Ford is revving up for serious cuts and privatization in Ontario's health care system.
"The NDP have intentionally created confusion about the way care is delivered in this province", Elliott said.
Elliott went on to say, her government is bringing "desperately needed and overdue changes" Ontario's health system at a later date.
"Unfortunately, due to the importance of cabinet confidentiality, we are unable to confirm what has gone through the cabinet process", Hayley Chazan, a spokesman for Elliott, said in a statement Monday.
A memo from interim cabinet secretary Steven Davison sent Monday says as a result of the investigation, "the employee responsible for this breach is no longer employed in the Ontario Public Service".
A report from an Agency Review Project Team Meeting - dated January 17 - identifies the risk as service disruption during the transition period and potential labour disruption with "unionized LHIN-employed care coordinators".
One document, as part of a December 13 workshop for assistant deputy ministers, references outsourcing laboratories - many of which are already privately run - inspections, licensing, devices and the province's air ambulance service, Ornge.
"Options developed by the public service are simply that - options", she said.
Health Minister Christine Elliott is coming under fire from front-line doctors and nurses who say they were never consulted on the sweeping health-care reforms being proposed by Premier Doug Ford's government.
Elliott has been trying to pour cold water on the idea of health privatization since last week's release of the draft legislation, but Horwath said Monday that the new documents show there will indeed be a greater role for the private sector.
As indicated by health care critic and Nickel Belt MPP France Gélinas, the establishment of the Super Agency enables expansion of private, for-profit delivery of health care services, and could mean big changes or complete dissolution for local health integration networks (LHINs).
The documents say the new agency "has the competency and capacity to effectively partner with public and private sector entities".
The NDP also says the documents introduce a new model of care delivery, called MyCare groups, which would outsource services such as laboratories, many of which are already privately run, and the province's air ambulance service.