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This document consolidates Bill No. 42, Health Information Act, and Bill No. 14, An Act to Amend the Health Information Act, into a single document.
This document is a draft copy of the Health Information Act Regulations.
This document is a reference tool to help individuals and health information custodians comply with the Health Information Act.
This brochure includes answers to frequently asked questions on the Prince Edward Island Health Information Act.
This document includes answers to frequently asked questions on the Prince Edward Island Health Information Act.
This document includes answers to frequently asked questions relating to the responsibilities of custodians of health information, as per the health information act.
There is no information that is more in need of protection than personal health information (PHI). This is information about our bodies and minds. The health sector relies on the flow of PHI between health care providers in order to diagnose, treat, and care for Islanders. The, Health Information...
Any accommodation you provide for seasonal agricultural workers must meet provincial environmental health and safety requirements, i.e. kept in good repair, in a clean and sanitary condition, and free from vermin and rodent infestation. The federal government requires a provincial inspection report...
Applicants for temporary workers must request an inspection of accommodations being proposed for incoming workers. And, the accommodations for workers must be approved before the application for workers can be approved. The request for inspection form is attached.
Strengthening Mental Health Services -, A new strategy is intended to create a suicide-safer Prince Edward Island and reduce the painful, long-term effects of suicides on loved ones and communities. The Department of Health and Wellness and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) have...