Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) policy documents

You must read the appropriate certificate policies and terms and conditions before you apply for a Medicare PKI certificate or a NASH PKI certificate.

The common PKI policy documents apply to all types of certificates available.

Common PKI policy documents

Before you apply for your Medicare Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate or National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) PKI certificate, you need to read:

Medicare PKI Site certificates

If you are an organisation applying for a Medicare PKI Site certificate, you need to read:

The Communities of Interest - site certificates terms and conditions of use, applies to all the claiming organisation certificates listed below.

Healthcare sites

If you are a healthcare site, you need to read the following community of interest certificate policy:

Pharmacies and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) site

If you are a pharmacy or PBS site, you need to read the following community of interest certificate policy:

Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Network Organisations

If you are a HI Network Organisation, you need to read the following community of interest certificate policy:

Medicare PKI Individual certificates

If you are an individual applying for a Medicare PKI certificate, you need to read:

These terms and conditions apply to all the individual claiming certificates listed below.

Healthcare individuals

If you are a healthcare individual, you need to read the following community of interest certificate policy:

Healthcare Provider Identifier - Individual (HPI-I) via Data Source

If you are a HPI-I via Data Source, you need to read the following community of interest certificate policy:

Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Organisation Maintenance Officer

If you are an authorised Organisation Maintenance Officer under the HI Service, you need to read the following community of interest certificate policy:

NASH PKI certificate for Healthcare Provider Organisations

If you are an organisation providing healthcare related services applying for a NASH certificate, you need to read:

NASH PKI certificate for Supporting Organisations

If you are a contracted service provider or general supporting organisation applying for a NASH certificate, you need to read:

NASH PKI certificate for Individual Healthcare Providers

If you are an individual healthcare provider applying for an individual NASH PKI certificate, you need to read:

Previous PKI policy documents

Community of interest certificate policies (COI CPs)

The below PKI certificate policies relate to PKI certificate types that are no longer being issued. These certificate policies are listed for historical purposes only.

Terms and conditions

Page last updated: 29 March 2016

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