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Find services and information for doing business in Saskatchewan.
Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Read archived reports from the Ministry of Health, the Drug Plan and more.
This report provides a benchmark for the cost of healthy eating for different age and gender groups and different geographic locations in Saskatchewan.
Find the results of the annual CEO tours of long-term care facilities and the Resident and Family Experience Surveys.
View the weekly influenza surveillance reports for Saskatchewan.
Information from the most recent personal care home inspections in Saskatchewan.
These reports provide an analysis on key data and trends to help inform planning health strategies and services in the province.
An archive of Ministry of Health Plans and Reports.
Saskatchewan Health works with health regions and other agencies to monitor disease outbreaks, public health risk factors and reported levels of illness, injury and disease in the Saskatchewan population. See Saskatchewan Health Status Report, Saskatchewan Population Health Assessment and Surveillance Reports (Health Indicators, Chronic Diseases, Immunizations, Communicable Diseases) and Covered Population Report.
Quarterly reports regarding loss of public money by the Saskatchewan Health Authority, the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and the Athabasca Health Authority, are reported quarterly to the Ministry of Health, which then tables a report to the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.
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