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eHealth Saskatchewan A Saskatchewan Treasury Board Crown Corporation

Saskatchewan's health system is evolving to provide faster, safer, better, and more secure access to medical information, where and when your authorized health care provider needs it.

This multi-year evolution will replace records that are primarily manual, including hand-written notes. The end result will be a more efficient health system that helps prevent unsafe drug interactions, reduces duplication, speeds up access to information, and allows secure access to information to health providers across Saskatchewan.

eHealth Saskatchewan implements new information systems to support health care.

Getting the right information, to the right individual, at the right time, in the right place.

eHealth Saskatchewan enables information technology solutions for health care in Saskatchewan.

eHealth Saskatchewan works collaboratively with other jurisdictions on health information solutions.

A network of peers created to assist health professionals learning to use eHealth applications.

The Pharmaceutical Information Program (PIP) will improve the health of Saskatchewan residents, by providing authorized health care professionals with confidential access to patient medication records.

PACS is a secure computer system designed for the storage, retrieval and display of diagnostic images.

Privacy protection and security safeguards are a top priority for eHealth Saskatchewan.

Telehealth delivers health care and education through video communication.

Joint initiative between Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and Saskatchewan Medical Association to implement a physician electronic medical record (EMR) program.

eHealth Saskatchewan is the Saskatchewan Treasury Board Crown Corporation leading Saskatchewan Electronic Health Record (EHR) planning and strategy for the Province of Saskatchewan.

Lab results are increasingly available electronically to authorized health care professionals.

Related Links

News release, December 21, 2010.

On June 4, 2008, the Ministry of Health entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on E- Health Initiatives with the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA) and Health Canada's First Nations and Inuit Health- Saskatchewan Region (FNIH-SK Region).

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