eHealth Saskatchewan coordinates, implements, and maintains key electronic health information systems for many public health care organizations across the province, including the Electronic Health Record (EHR).
Helps to improve ongoing care for people living with chronic conditions by encouraging and supporting physicians and other health care providers to use best medical practices.
Supports physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and medical office staff in the use and integration of technology solutions in health care settings. It also provides skills coaching, mentoring, and best practices.
The electronic health record (eHR) Viewer is a secure website developed for Saskatchewan health care providers that provides access to patient information regardless of where an individual presents for care or where they live in the province.
Assists physicians with the implementation of electronic medical record systems in their clinics.
You should present a Saskatchewan Health Services card whenever you need health services.
Helps public health professionals work together to manage vaccine inventories, immunizations, investigations, outbreaks, and family health.
The Pharmaceutical Information Program, also known as PIP, provides information on all prescriptions dispensed in Saskatchewan community pharmacies, including important information like allergies to medications.
Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) is a secure computer system designed for the storage, retrieval, and display of diagnostic images by authorized health care providers. Images include: general x-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, and bone density.
Clinical and professional resources including policy manuals, billing, requisition(s), and office administration forms, grouped by subject.
Provides authorized caregivers with electronic access to laboratory results.
Receive specialty care throughout the province through the use of audio and video technology. Services using Telehealth include: mental health, genetics, oncology, surgery, neurosurgery, and neurology.
Vital Statistics registers births, marriages, and deaths that occur in Saskatchewan and provides certificates as legal proof of these events.