Healthcare Identifiers Service for software developers

Software vendor implementation guide

Information about NASH PKI certificates to software vendors or software development teams that work in healthcare provider organisations.

The National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) allows healthcare providers and supporting organisations to securely communicate and exchange electronic health (eHealth) information.

NASH Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificates are used to access the My Health Record system, provide confidence in the integrity of information transmitted and facilitate the secure exchange of eHealth information with other healthcare providers.

Read more about NASH PKI certificates for software vendors and developers, for software vendors or software development teams that work in healthcare provider organisations.

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Page last updated: 22 February 2019