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19/09/2017, Notice - Social media

Kanta - a database for all citizens

Kanta services are being developed into a database for all citizens. In future, client data from social welfare services will also be included in the service in addition to citizens’ health data. The services will become easier to use as the information is available regardless of the time or the place. This may also improve the quality of care.

18/07/2017, Notice - Social media

It is worthwhile to join the Kanta services

In My Kanta Pages, citizens can view their medical data recorded by public healthcare providers and increasingly also by private healthcare operators. At the same time, the quality of patient care improves when patient data recorded in the Kanta services can be utilised by different medical units.

11/07/2017, Notice

Kanta.fi awarded as the best mobile service for health and well-being in SuomiAreena

The best Finnish mobile services were awarded in SuomiAreena in Pori. Kanta.fi was the winner of the category for health and well-being services. According to the panel of judges, providing access to the citizens’ health data on a one-stop shop principle acts as a basis for new healthcare service concepts and supports their development. Due to its mobile scalability, it is also more efficient to use the kanta.fi service.

29/06/2017, Notice

Privacy policies have been updated

The new privacy policies of the Kanta services have been updated. The controller’s address information has been updated in the policies.

04/05/2017, Notice - Professionals

Updated online school for the Patient Data Repository

The online school for Kanta services aimed at social and health care professionals has been updated. The entity of Patient Data Repository was completed for the online school in addition to the previously updated sections Prescription and Safe use of information. The Patient Data Repository section consists of four different themes. It takes about 5–10 minutes to complete each section.

02/03/2017, Notice - Citizens

Lifelong digi-learning – including seniors

New services and smart technology are introduced constantly. Life expectancy is also still increasing, so senior citizens will continue to have plenty to learn.