Shared electronic health records system
From when will my medical records be available?
Your medical records will be available for consultations that take place from 14 December 2020.
Do my medical records contain information about medicines?
No, Kry doesn't share information about medication through the e-service "Journal" at 1177.se. E-prescriptions printed in Sweden, including those written by doctors at Kry, are saved in the "National drug list list". This means that the prescriptions are available there for other healthcare providers after consent has been obtained. Read more about this at https://lakemedelskollen.ehalsomyndigheten.se/lmkoll-web
Do the rules about the shared electronic health records system apply if I am abroad?
No, the shared electronic health records system only applies in Sweden.
Can anyone else give consent to view my medical record information instead of me?
No, only you, as the patient, can give your consent.
Can I block my child’s information?
No, you cannot block information about your children. Older children can block their information themselves
What about IT security?
The Patient Data Act and associated regulations have special provisions regarding the allocation of permissions and access control. The Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection is the supervisory authority, and is responsible for ensuring that these provisions are followed by all healthcare providers that are part of the shared electronic health records system.