These eight chapters are:
- the "convergence" tool, which "ensures respect for compliance and convergence with the doctrine"
- the actor repository for natural persons, which provides details on the "identification data of professionals who need to access, exchange or share health data"
- the repository of actors for legal persons, which specifies "identification data for legal persons in the health sector"
- the operational directory of resources (ROR), which describes "the common health offer in the health and medico-social sectors"
- the digital identity of health and medico-social actors, which relates to "public and private authentication mechanisms allowing access to digital health services"
- Health data host certification (HDS)
- 3.0 structures, which aim to "bring out a network of pilot structures ready to experiment with new uses of digital technology".
"The concertation of the 14 chapters of the technical doctrine" has "already allowed to collect nearly a hundred returns," said the ANS.
The agency notably submitted for consultation a "probative force" benchmark in November, we recall.
The consultation is open until January 19, 2020, it said.