eHealth Technical Update:
is aware that most Drug Plan PMS and WEB security certificates will expire on
September 17th, 2021. These certificates allow community pharmacy
and medical suppliers to submit claims to the Drug Plan. eHealth is
currently generating new certificates and is working closely with vendors to
install these certificates prior to September 17th. You may
contact your vendor if you have questions about this process. If you
experience any issues after September 17th when submitting claims to
the Drug Plan, please contact your vendor directly.
Thank you for your
PIP Application Update:
Effective June 22, 2020, eHealth has resumed capturing medications used for the treatment of tuberculosis (TB) on a patient's Pharmaceutical Information Program (PIP). Pharmacists can consult with the TB Pharmacy or medSask if assistance is required to manage TB drug therapy.
- The TB Pharmacy at 306‐655‐2987; or
- medSask at 1‐800‐667‐3425 or 306‐966‐6340 (Saskatoon) or by email at: email@example.com.
PIP gives health care practitioners secure online access to the information they need to make the best drug therapy decisions for their patients.
The program gives providers the ability to:
- Access the medication profile for all Saskatchewan residents
- Enter allergy/intolerance information
PIP only provides information of prescriptions dispensed in Saskatchewan community pharmacies.
Download PIP JSAP Policy Requirements
Recent Pharmacy Graduates & PIP Approvers
PIP training requirements have changed (as per the Saskatchewan Drug Plan). Please see the required training sessions, located on the
Recent Pharmacy graduates: please ensure to complete all required Prescriber training sessions to avoid delay in accessing the PIP.
Prescribers: please ensure to complete the required Prescriber training modules.
Approvers: please ensure to complete the required Approvers and Trustees training modules.
eHealth Saskatchewan requires tracked training for anyone wishing to have Prescriber/Approver permissions.