ADHA live with SHA-2 readiness register

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has gone live with its new register of healthcare software products that are ready for the change from secure hash algorithm 1 (SHA-1) to SHA-2 security certificates, which will affect applications using the National Authentication Service for Health (NASH).

There are 11 clinical products already listed, including general and specialist medical practice systems such as Best Practice’s Premier and VIP.net, and Medtech’s Evolution; radiology systems such as those from Comrad, Voyager and Kestrel; and other platforms such as Telstra Health’s Clinical Manager, specialist billing platform Direct CONTROL, and telehealth platform Instant Consult.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: NASH, ADHA, SHA-2

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