By logging in to helsenorge.no, you can view a summary of your prescriptions and dispensed medicines for the past three years.
Depending on the level of consent you have chosen, your prescriptions will appear in various places on your Helsenorge pages.
The Medicines service requires consent to Full access
This service replaced mineresepter.no, which was withdrawn on 15 September 2018.
You can also be authorised to view other people's medicines and prescriptions, in order to help them keep track of their medication.
The Medicines service requires consent at Full access level.
Other places you can view your prescriptions on Helsenorge
If you do not wish to consent to Full access, you can still view your prescriptions on Helsenorge without going via the Medicines service. The following services only require consent at Basic access level or above:
- Summary Care Record ("Kjernejournal") - under Medicines ("Legemidler").
More information about Summary Care Record on helsenorge.no.
- Prescription Intermediary ("Reseptformidleren") in the Health Registries ("Helseregistre") service.
More information about Health Registries on helsenorge.no. (In Norwegian)
What is e-prescription?
"E-prescription" stands for electronic prescription and has been introduced throughout Norway.
The Medicines service on helsenorge.no
Helsenorge.no collects your active prescriptions from the Prescription Intermediary, which is a national database for electronic prescriptions, and your historical prescriptions from your Summary Care Record.
Prescriptions are shown in a list together with information about dispensed medicines and other pharmacy products. Paper and telephone prescriptions are also shown once they have been collected from the pharmacy.
In the dispensing history, you will see a list of dispensed prescriptions for up to the past three years.
Other people's prescriptions and medicines
In the prescription view, you can also view your children's prescriptions until they reach the age of 16. You must then opt to represent the child concerned, in the services on helsenorge.no.
You will also see the prescriptions of other people who have given you power of attorney if this has been registered in the self-service solution on helsenorge.no. In the same way as for children, you must then opt to represent the person who has given you power of attorney.
Want an overview on paper?
Ask your general practitioner (GP) for a printout showing the medicines and items that you are using – both e-prescriptions and paper prescriptions.
Pharmacies and bandagists can also provide you with a printout showing e-prescriptions with outstanding dispensings.