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1 - PKI has been adopted by the Australian Government to provide a robust system of security for online health transactions and is essentially a secure method of transmitting information electronically by providing both authentication and encryption. Medicare Australia requires the use of PKI for all electronic data interchange (EDI) and e-business solutions, while NEHTA recommends compliance with the standard for PKI systems used in the health industry.

2 - Georgeff, Professor Michael, “E-Health and the Transformation of Healthcare”, Australian Centre for Health Research Limited, April 2007 (page 9)

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