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by Prof. Lavina Murray II 5 min read

Patient and Caregiver Resources - Department of Health

33 hours ago Participant Portal. Create your own online account today! PA Health & Wellness offers many convenient and secure tools to assist you. You also have access to your healthcare information. To enter our secure portal, click on the submit button. A new window will open. You can login or register. >> Go To The Portal


Where can I find my patient ID number?

Each time you log onto the patient and caregiver registry, you will be able to access this information. Under 'profile settings' is where you will find your patient ID number, as well as all your personal information.

How do I create an account with PA Health&Wellness?

Create your own online account today! PA Health & Wellness offers many convenient and secure tools to assist you. You also have access to your healthcare information. To enter our secure portal, click on the submit button. A new window will open. You can login or register. Creating an account is free and easy.

What information do I need to register for medical marijuana in PA?

This profile includes basic information such as your legal name, current address, and contact information. To register for the medical marijuana program, you must have a Pennsylvania driver’s license or an ID card issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

How do I become a caregiver for a patient in PA?

Be at least 21 years old (If you are under 21 years of age but would like to be considered as a caregiver for a patient, email the Department of Health at RA-DHMedMarijuana@pa.gov. In the email, please provide information about your relationship to the patient and why you should be allowed to serve as their caregiver.

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What is PA PSRS?

The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority developed the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Reporting System , known as PA-PSRS (pronounced "PAY-sirs"), a secure, web-based system that permits healthcare facilities to submit reports of what Act 13 of 2002, Act 30 of 2006 and Act 52 of 2007 defines as "Serious Events" and "Incidents.".

When did PA-PSRS go into effect?

Statewide mandatory reporting through PA-PSRS went into effect on June 28, 2004 for hospitals, ambulatory surgical facilities and birthing centers. In 2006, legislation was signed into law requiring that abortion facilities that performed over 100 procedures annually must also report Serious Events and Incidents through PA-PSRS.

Is PA-PSRS information public?

Because Act 13 of 2002 contains strong confidentiality and whistleblower protections, all information submitted through PA-PSRS is confidential, and no information about individual facilities or providers will be made public.

Provider Portal

If you are a contracted provider, you can register now. If you are a non-contracted provider, you will be able to register after you submit your first claim. After creating an account within the PA Health & Wellness provider portal you can:

View detailed patient list

The user manual is available on the secure portal, after you successfully complete the log in process. If you are a contracted provider, you can register now. If you are a non-contracted provider, you will be able to register after you submit your first claim.

What is a caregiver in medical marijuana?

A caregiver is someone who can pick up medical marijuana at a dispensary on a patient’s behalf. Each patient can designate up to two caregivers. Minor patients are required to have a caregiver.

How long does it take to get a medical marijuana card?

Allow four to six weeks for your application to go through the approval process. Once notified of your acceptance by the Department of Health, return to the Patient and Caregiver Registry to pay any fees to obtain your medical marijuana caregiver card.

How much does a medical marijuana card cost?

The cost of a medical marijuana ID card is $50.

How long before my annual payment is due?

You’ll receive an email with directions on how to pay 30 days before your annual payment is due. This email includes a due date that is usually about a week before the expiration date on the ID card. If the payment is not received by that date, the ID card will automatically be deactivated. When you log in and pay the annual payment, the card is immediately reactivated.

How to get medical marijuana in Pennsylvania?

The first step to get medical marijuana in Pennsylvania is to register. First, create a profile in the Medical Marijuana Registry . This profile includes basic information such as your legal name, current address, and contact information. To register for the medical marijuana program, you must have a Pennsylvania driver’s license ...

How old do you have to be to be a caregiver?

Caregivers can be a spouse, a parent, or even a friend. Patients under the age of 18 are required to have a caregiver. Caregivers also have to register for the medical marijuana program. All caregivers must complete a background check before being approved.

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When was PA's medical marijuana program implemented?

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is in the process of implementing the state’s Medical Marijuana Program, signed into law on April 17, 2016. When fully implemented, the Medical Marijuana Program will provide access to medical marijuana for patients with a serious medical condition through a safe ...

When did Pennsylvania start the medical marijuana program?

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is in the process of implementing the state’s Medical Marijuana Program, signed into law on April 17, 2016. When fully implemented, the Medical Marijuana Program will provide access to medical marijuana for patients with a serious medical condition through a safe ...

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