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  Aricept/Exelon/Reminyl Exception Drug Status Application - (for Physician Use Only)
(Health) Application form used by physicians to request drug coverage for Aricept or Exelon on behalf of their patients.
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  Clandestine Drug Operations Methamphetamine Laboratories/ Marijuana Growing Operations
(Government Relations) To help fire fighters recognize and understand the significant health and life safety risks associated with fire and rescue operations at clandestine drug operations.
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  D-17 Reg 11 - The Drug Plan Medical Supplies Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Department of Health Act, which was renamed The Health Administration Act (H-0.0001).
  Direct Deposit Payment Request Form - (for Pharmacy Use Only)
(Health) Form used by pharmacists to arrange direct payment for pharmacy claims.
  Drug Plan - Cancelled Claims Advisory - (for Pharmacy Use Only)
(Health) Allows pharmacies to cancel claims already adjudicated electronically but cannot be reversed electronically.
  Drug Plan - Certificate Authorization Form
(Health) Pharmacists must complete form to receive certificates for security purposes. The certificates ensure that only pharmacies access the drug plan data base.
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  Exception Drug Status
(Health) Exception Drug Status (EDS) is coverage for drug products where regular benefit listing under the Drug Formulary may not be appropriate or possible.
  Exception Drug Status Application for Ankylosing Spondylitis Drugs - (for Rheumatologist Use Only)
(Health) Application form used by Rheumatologists to request Exception drug status coverge for drugs used to treat Ankylosing Spondylitis on behalf of their patients/ clients.
  Exception Drug Status Request Form - (for Pharmacy or Physician Use Only)
(Health) Application form used by physicians and pharmacists to request Exception drug status coverage on behalf of their patients/ clients.
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  MS Drugs Exception Status Application - (for Physician Use Only)
(Health) Application form used by physicians to request coverage (on behalf of their patients) for drugs used in treatment of multiple sclerosis, specifically Betaseron/Copaxone/Rebif/Avonex-form is submitted to the MS Drug Advisory Panel for review.
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  Narcotics and Controlled Drugs
(Health) For use by staff in long term care facilities to track drug usage.
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  OC 126/2017 - Proclaim The Prescription Drugs Amendment Act, 2010 on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 139/2017 - The Prescription Drugs (Miscellaneous) Amendment Regulations, 2017 (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 281/2010 - The Drug Schedules Amendment Regulations, 2010 (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 429/2008 – The Prescription Drugs Amendment Regulations, 2008 (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 432/2014 - The Drug Schedules Amendment Regulations, 2014 (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 491/2014 - Establishment of the Drug Advisory Committee of Saskatchewan (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 601/2013 - The Drug Schedules Amendment Regulations, 2013 (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 83/2010 - Memorandum of Understanding – Federal/Provincial/Territorial Group Purchasing Program for Drugs and Vaccines - $60,000 (Minister of Health and Minister of Finance)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
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  P-23 - The Prescription Drugs Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act relating to the Acquisition, Distribution and Sale of Certain Drugs
  P-23 Reg 3 - The Prescription Drugs Regulations, 1993
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Prescription Drugs Act
  P-9.1 - The Pharmacy and Pharmacy Disciplines Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacies and Drugs
  P-9.1 Reg 2 - The Drug Schedules Regulations, 1997
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Pharmacy Act, 1996
  Pharmaceutical Information Program
(Health) The Pharmaceutical Information Program, also known as PIP, is a secure computer system that contains information about a resident's prescribed and dispensed medications.
  Pharmacy Claim - In Province - (for Pharmacy Use Only)
(Health) Manual billing of prescription claims from community pharmacies located in Saskatchewan. These pharmacies submit the claim for payment if the claim is not electronically adjudicated on the Drug Plan network. Some reasons may be because of quantity restrictions or a change in coverage.
  Pharmacy Claim - Out of Province - (for Pharmacy Use Only)
(Health) Manual billing of prescription claims from out patient hospital pharmacies located outside of Saskatchewan. These pharmacies submit the claim so patients receiving treatment outside of the province don't pay costs or pay as they would if in Saskatchewan
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  Request for Palliative Care Coverage - (for Physician Use Only)
(Health) Application form completed by physicians on behalf of their patients to request Palliative Care drug coverage under the Drug Plan.
  Responding to Fires at Clandestine Methamphetamine Drug Laboratories
(Government Relations) Provides fire fighters with a quick overview and guide for recognizing and operating at clandestine methamphetamine laboratories.
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  Saskatchewan Drug Formulary
(Health) The Saskatchewan Formulary lists the drugs, which are covered by the Drug Plan. A prescription is required for all drugs dispensed under the Drug Plan with the exception of insulin, blood-testing agents, urine-testing agents, syringes, needles, lancets and swabs used by diabetic patients.
  SASKATCHEWAN FORMULARY CHANGES RELATED TO OXYCONTIN/OXYNEO
(Executive Council) Feb. 21, 2012 - The Saskatchewan Drug Plan is making changes to the Saskatchewan Drug Formulary related to oxycodone, a prescription medication used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain.
  Seniors' Drug Plan - Form A - CRA Application/Consent One-Time Application
(Health) To apply for the Seniors' Drug Plan program, each eligible senior must complete and sign an application and consent form. By using Form A, you are giving the Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch permission to update your coverage annually.
  Seniors' Drug Plan - Form B - Annual Application
(Health) To apply for the Seniors' Drug Plan, use Form A for a one-time application or this form which is to be completed and submitted with your income information each year.
  Special Support Program - Drug Plan - Side B - Annual Application
(Health) This form is used to request income information for assessment of eligibility for those with high drug costs in relation to income. You must complete this form and submit it with your income information each year. If you prefer to submit a one-time form that authorizes the Drug Plan to obtain your income tax information from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), please use the CRA Application/Consent Form SIDE A).
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