The Saskatchewan health care system is made up of many provincial, regional, and local organizations working together to ensure we have healthy people in healthy communities. The Minister of Health oversees the strategic direction of the system. Saskatchewan Health oversees and co-ordinates the delivery of health services in the province.
Saskatchewan's health system relies on partnerships at local, regional, provincial, national, and international levels that enable Saskatchewan to provide quality health services that meet the needs of our communities. Most services are delivered through the province's regional health authorities (health regions), their affiliated organizations, and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.
eHealth Saskatchewan is responsible for developing and implementing the Electronic Health Record (EHR) for Saskatchewan.
The Physician Recruitment Agency of Saskatchewan was created to help address the shortage of physicians in many communities. The agency is a one-stop point of contact for physicians who wish to practise in Saskatchewan.
SAHO is a non-profit, non-government association that provides leadership, advocacy, support and programs for about 140 member health agencies throughout the province.
The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency is responsible for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of cancer care and related health services throughout the province.
The regional health authorities (health regions) and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency provide most health services in Saskatchewan, either directly or through health care organizations.
3sHealth provides province-wide shared services to support Saskatchewan’s health system. The broad objectives of 3sHealth include creating enhanced value to the health system, improving service quality, and lowering the cost curve.