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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Strategies to ensure the viability of the Drug Plan and coverage for new drugs through the Saskatchewan Formulary.
Appropriate care is the right care, provided by the right providers, to the right patient, in the right place, at the right time, resulting in optimal care.
See Saskatchewan's approach to achieving a fully integrated patient-first health system that has no waits, waste or defects, while continuously improving quality.
Guidelines and support services to ensure safe drug use and help people receive the best results from prescription medications.
Learn more about this 10-year plan that is guiding efforts across government to improve response to people with mental health and addictions issues.
The Ministry of Health works with patients and their families in the development, implementation and evaluation of health system policies and programs. Find out how you can participate in this program.
The Patient First Review recommended the Saskatchewan healthcare system make patient- and family-centred care (PFCC) the foundation and principle aim of the Saskatchewan health system through a broad policy framework to be adopted system wide.
Commissioner Tony Dagnone released the results of Saskatchewan's Patient First Review on October 15, 2009. His report calls for changes to how patients experience the health system, how health services are delivered, and how the system is administered.
Saskdocs.ca works in partnership with students, medical trainees, physicians, international medical graduates, communities, health facilities and other partners to help find the right physician for the right community.
The Saskatchewan Provincial Tuberculosis Strategy is a prevention and treatment plan to better serve Saskatchewan residents with tuberculosis (TB) and those at risk of developing it.
Learn about initiatives and activities to reduce suicides in Saskatchewan.
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