Having to keep track of multiple usernames and passwords isn’t convenient, we know. In fact, we’ve heard at many of our workshops that this is a major pain point. We couldn’t agree more.
That’s why we couldn’t be more excited to announce the official rollout of our Active Directory project. This is an exciting step forward for everyone.
This project paves the way for providers to eventually use just one – yes, one – username and password to access all clinical applications eHealth Saskatchewan hosts.
The first users to benefit from this are those who are registered to access the Pharmaceutical Information Program, otherwise known as PIP. Other applications will undergo the migration process in early 2017.
All PIP users’ login ID and passwords will stay the same. All that is different is that PIP users will need to choose “HEALTH” from the dropdown menu when logging in. It’s that simple.
It’s important to remember that not everyone will be able to use this enhanced login system. Changes of this size need to take place in stages. This helps us avoid service disruptions.
Non-Regional users, which include Community Users, have been migrated. This user type typically includes Pharmacists and Physicians registered to access PIP. Users will receive official notice from their approver via email.
If you encounter any issues logging in to PIP following this change, contact the eHealth Service Desk at:
We’re looking forward to the journey ahead. As always, thank you for your feedback. You’re helping make our online services better for everyone.