Healthcare providers and supporting organisations use the National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) to securely access and share health information.
NASH Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificates help you to:
- access My Health Records
- securely share health information using software that meets Secure Message Delivery requirements and
- access the NASH directory on the Certificates Australia website
Read more about PKI.
You're eligible for a NASH PKI certificate if your organisation is registered in the Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Service as:
- a healthcare provider organisation
- a contracted service provider, or
- a general supporting organisation that assists in the delivery of digital health
NASH PKI certificates aren’t available for individual healthcare providers registered in the HI Service.
NASH PKI certificate for healthcare provider organisations
NASH PKI certificates for healthcare provider organisations are only available through Health Professional Online Services (HPOS).
NASH PKI certificate for contracted service providers and general supporting organisations
To access the My Health Record system:
National Authentication Service for Health directory
The NASH directory lists healthcare providers and supporting organisations with an active NASH PKI certificate.
Manage your NASH PKI details
You manage your NASH PKI certificate by updating details in the HI Service.
Manage your certificates
There are several ways you can manage your NASH PKI certificates.
You may find the following National Authentication Service for Health links useful.
Software vendors and developers
Information and resources about NASH PKI certificates to help software developers or vendors that work in healthcare provider organisations.