Electronic Messages Of Doctors/physicians And Hospitals In The Register Of Notifiable Diseases

Original Language Title: Elektronische Meldungen von Ärztinnen/Ärzten und Krankenanstalten in das Register anzeigepflichtiger Krankheiten

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200th regulation of the Federal Minister of health regarding electronic messages of doctors/physicians and hospitals in the register of notifiable diseases

On the basis of § 4 para 17 of the epidemic Act 1950, BGBl. No. 186/1950, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 80/2013, is prescribed:

§ 1 (1) disclosure pursuant to § 3 para 1 subpara 1 of the epidemic Act 1950, BGBl. No. 186/1950, are entitled to fulfil their reporting duties electronically by entering the message in the register of notifiable diseases.

(2) in case of a technical failure of the register that notifying parties making use of the possibility referred to in paragraph 1, have to report within 24 hours on other appropriate means (for example, telephone).

2. (1) the reportable is the identity by the Federal Ministry of health through identification of the data pursuant to article 10, paragraph 1 Z 1 through 8 of the Gesundheitstelematikgesetzes 2012 (GTelG 2012), Federal Law Gazette I no. 111/2012, to determine where this data through



1 suitable identification cards of the e-card system (paragraphs 31a ff of the General Law on Social Insurance - ASVG, Federal Law Gazette No. 189/1955) or 2 using of a citizen card (§ 2 Z 10 of the E-Government Act E-GovG, Federal Law Gazette I no. 10/2004) or 3. using electronic signatures, which must be traceable to qualified certificates, to be made.

(2) the technical implementation with regard to paragraph 1 takes place pursuant to section 31a, par. 4 Z Z 1 5 ASVG via the electronic management system of the main Association of Austrian social insurance institutions (ELSY).

(3) on the basis of which in accordance with para 1 in electronic form established identity has a matching this data with the in the eHealth directory service (§ 10 GTelG 2012) in order to review the role (§ 5 GTelG 2012) to be stored data.

§ 3. References in this regulation to federal provisions relate to their applicable version.

§ 4. This Regulation shall enter into force 1 January 2014.

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