Saskatchewan residents can now look at their laboratory test results and other health records online anywhere, anytime.
Rural and Remote Health Minister Warren Kaeding, today launched MySaskHealthRecord—a secure website that gives eligible Saskatchewan residents quick and easy access to their personal health information.
MySaskHealthRecord is open to Saskatchewan residents who are 18 years of age and older. To register, residents will need a valid Saskatchewan health card, plus a Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) driver’s licence or SGI photo ID card. eHealth also collects, combines, stores and manages the electronic health records of Saskatchewan people. The organization also manages a variety of programs and services that give health care providers secure electronic access to important patient information from anywhere in the province.
Residents who register will have quick and easy access to their personal health information, including laboratory test results, medical imaging reports and clinical visit history, including hospital admissions. Residents will also be able to add their own personal information to track and generate reports; set medication and appointment reminders; and upload information from health devices such as wearable activity trackers.
All personal health information in MySaskHealthRecord is safe and private. Residents who sign up will only be able to access their accounts through a highly secure, personalized login. To register for a MySaskHealthRecord account, go to www.eHealthSask.ca