Pharmacy Contracts

The most recent Proprietor Agreement, Contracts or related Memorandum of Understanding for Saskatchewan pharmacies can be found here.

PAS Members Communication re CeRx Supplement End - Nov 2016

PAS Members:

As you may be aware, the Saskatchewan Government’s mid-year financial report came out today.  In the report, it references its plans to reduce spending in many areas to address its deficit.  

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Spending Decision Backgrounder - November 22, 2016

Across government, including Crown corporations, restraint measures and savings being undertaken in 2016-17 total about $217 million, including:

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625 Bulletin Nov 22, 2016 PROVINCIAL MID-YEAR FINANCIAL UPDATE

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Ministry of Health / PAS Agreement

Valid May 1, 2014 - March 31, 2020

This Agreement recognizes PAS as a representative authority for Saskatchewan pharmacists and pharmacies as per the terms of the agreement and allows for the Drug Plan to facilitate the payment of pharmacy deduction by Proprietors to PAS as described.

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PROPRIETOR AGREEMENT Community Pharmacy (Blank) September 1, 2015.

Proprietor Agreement (Blank) Sept 1, 2015

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2017-2018 Saskatchewan Pharmacy Letter

The Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch are registering pharmacies that plan to participate in the Province's 2017-2018 Seasonal Influenza Program.

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Updated SMAP Forms and Education

The Ministry of Health will be changing mandatory documentation requirements for the Saskatchewan Medication Assessment Program (SMAP) September 1, 2017.

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CPhA Releases New Study on Pharmacy Services

Expanding pharmacy services would translate to direct cost savings for governments and prevent chronic disease and premature deaths.

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A pharmacists care for patients with hypertension provides better outcomes for the patient and health care system.

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