Set Up Access to Electronic Results
The Nova Scotia Health Authority Information Management & Technology (NSHA IM/IT) EMR team will assist health care providers in completing the process to establish an electronic results delivery to their practice (e.g. lab and diagnostic imaging). There are three EMR options available in Nova Scotia: Nightingale, Practimax and Accuro.
Requesting the delivery of Laboratory and Diagnostic Imaging Results for a Provider can take up to a month to complete. Providing the IM/IT EMR team with as much advanced notice as possible and responding in a timely manner will ensure that you are added as quickly as possible. To start your e-results setup, please take the following steps:
- Please complete the eResults Request Form and the eResults Conditions of Appropriate Use Form and fax both forms to the IM/IT Team at 902-407-3019. Note: Incomplete forms will delay processing. Please ensure that ALL forms are signed and that ALL fields are completed.
- Upon receipt of both the completed eResults Request Form and the eResults Conditions of Appropriate Use Form, the IM/IT Team will contact you (within 2 business days) to confirm receipt, clarify required information and begin working with you to complete the e-results set up process.
Electronic Results Delivery - Change Requests
- Changes to the Delivery of eResults (i.e. Re-routing/Terminating): Please complete the appropriate section of the eResults Request Form and fax the completed form to the IM/IT team at 902-407-3019 or scan and email the form to email@example.com. In order to have your printed Lab and DI reports faxed to your location, please fill out the Autofaxing form below. In the event of any EMR change or deactivation of eResults, your paper results will be engaged to ensure no disruption in receipt of results.
- Stop Print Requests: Print results will continue to be mailed or faxed simultaneously with electronic results until the Provider submits a request to stop printing. Providers can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their request to stop printing according to the guidelines outlined in the eResults Conditions of Appropriate Use.