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Client data in social welfare services to become nationwide
The South Karelia Social and Health Care District and the City of Vaasa are the first to deploy the client data archive for social welfare services, which is part of the Kanta Services. How is the piloting going?
30/11/2018, Blog - Citizens
Kela’s expert support team helps in the use of Kanta Services
How can I print out the prescription summary page from My Kanta Pages? How do I draw up an organ donation testament? Or when should I contact the health services directly?
26/10/2018, Blog - System developers
How is data security ensured in the use of Kanta Services?
The social welfare and healthcare service providers take care of appropriate data security practices by self-monitoring their data protection and data security. Certification ensures that the information systems in use meet the data security requirements with respect to system suppliers.
Imaging studies for nationwide use
Healthcare providers can now deploy the Archive of Imaging Data for archiving imaging studies created in patient care. What does the deployment of the service require?
05/10/2018, Blog - System developers
Old patient data can be archived in Kanta Services
Healthcare services can transfer old electronic patient data into the Archive of Old Patient Data, which is part of Kela’s Kanta Services, and dispense with the maintenance of an ageing information system.
25/09/2018, Blog - System developers
Kanta client test service ensures an effective information system for healthcare
The Kanta client test service ensures that various Kanta Services are working well in the information systems and in the social welfare and healthcare organisations using them.
Medical certificates can be delivered electronically to Kela
You will receive your benefit decisions faster when your doctor forwards certificates or reports electronically to Kela via the Kanta Services.
30/08/2018, Blog - Citizens
Pharmaceutical Database: easier prescribing with uniform drug information
The Kanta Services Pharmaceutical Database, designed for professional use, contains up-to-date drug information. What if the preparation does not show up in the system?
25/06/2018, Blog - Citizens
Where in My Kanta Pages can I see my laboratory test results?
Laboratory test results can be viewed in My Kanta Pages. Healthcare units that use Kanta Services must record test results in the Patient Data Repository, and citizens can view this data via My Kanta Pages. However, sometimes the data is not visible or it is difficult to find. Sari Ahonen, Customer Relations Manager for My Kanta Pages, answers questions concerning laboratory test results.
05/06/2018, Blog - Citizens
Client data for social welfare services to be included in Kanta
Kanta Services will expand to social welfare this year with the first organisations deploying the client data archive for social welfare services.
26/05/2018, Blog - Citizens
Impacts of the EU General Data Protection Regulation on Kanta Services
What steps have Kanta Services taken to prepare for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? How will the regulation affect Kanta?
22/05/2018, Blog - Citizens
New Kanta Services to be available soon
Kanta Services are constantly developed, and new services will be introduced and existing ones will be expanded in the future.
17/04/2018, Blog - Citizens
What do the Kanta Services contain?
What Kanta Services are there and who can use them? If you know Prescriptions, Patient Data Repository and My Kanta Pages, you have a good idea of the Kanta Services.
18/08/2017, Blog - Professionals
Towards free movement of patient data
Thanks to the health, social services and regional government reform (SOTE), citizens can choose between public or private healthcare services. The Patient Data Repository in the Kanta project serves all customers.
13/02/2017, Blog - Professionals
Kanta is a critical societal function with a top priority on ensuring the availability of services
‘The use of Kanta Services is increasing and new services are constantly added to the service. Currently, about 4,500–5,500 messages are received by the Patient Data Repository in just one minute,' says Development Manager Aki Kokkinen who is responsible for the smooth functioning of the service.