National Authentication Service for Health v1.0
The National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) makes it possible for healthcare providers and supporting organisations to securely access and exchange health information.
NASH provides Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Certificates that help you or your organisation to:
- access the personally controlled electronic health record (eHealth record) system; and
- send and receive messages securely using software that meets the requirements of Secure Message Delivery.
NASH PKI Certificates can be issued to healthcare providers and supporting organisations that are registered in the HI Service. For more information about NASH, including information on how to apply for a certificate, go to the Department of Human Services website.
Product Components of National Authentication Service for Health v1.0
|NEHTA-1014:2012||NASH - Concept Of Operations v1.0||28-03-2012|
|NEHTA-1015:2012||NASH - Concept Of Operations Release Note v1.0||03-12-2012|
|NEHTA-1281:2013||NASH - Obtaining Identity From a Production or Test NASH Certificate v1.0||21-01-2013|