483 Ordinance of the Federal Minister for health, with which the roles eligible for electronic health data exchange considering, as well as the qualitative requirements for encryption and electronic signatures - set Gesundheitstelematikverordnung 2012 (2012 GTelV)
On the basis of § 28 para 1 of the Gesundheitstelematikgesetzes 2012 (GTelG 2012), Federal Law Gazette I no. 111/2012, is prescribed:
§ 1. For the electronic transmission of health information, health service providers have to use only the roles according to Appendix 1.
§ 2. The algorithms listed in Appendix 2 meet the requirements of § 6 GTelG 2012 (confidentiality) anyway.
§ 3. The regulation shall enter into force 1 January 2013.
Appendix 1: Roles
1 approved certified doctor 2 doctor general practitioner 3. specialist/specialist, with the inclusion of the word "for", and the following applicable special compartment - Anesthesiology and intensive care medicine - Anatomy - Occupational Medicine - ophthalmology and optometry - blood group serology and transfusion medicine - surgery - obstetrics and Gynecology - forensic medicine - ear, nose and throat diseases - skin and sexually transmitted diseases - heart surgery - histology and Embryology - hygiene and Microbiology - Immunology - internal medicine - children's and youth surgery - children and adolescence - child and adolescent psychiatry - pulmonary diseases - Medical Biophysics - medical genetics - medical and chemical laboratory Diagnostics - medical performance Physiology - mouth , Jaw and face surgery - neuro-biology - neurosurgery - Neurology - neuropathology - nuclear medicine - orthopedics and orthopedic surgery - pathology - pathophysiology - Pharmacology and Toxicology - physical medicine and rehabilitation General - Physiology - plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery - Psychiatry - Psychiatry and psychotherapeutic medicine - Radiology - social medicine - specific prophylaxis and tropical medicine radiation therapy radiation oncology thoracic surgery - trauma surgery - Urology - Virology 4. dental/dentist 5. Dentistin/dentist 6 psychotherapist/psychotherapist 7 clinical psychologist / clinical psychologist 8 health psychologist/health psychologist 9 music therapist/music therapist 10 midwife 11 physical therapist/physiotherapist 12 biomedical analyst/biomedical analyst
13 Radiology technologist/Radiology technologist of 14 dietician/nutritionist of 15 occupational therapist/Ergotherapeut 16 speech therapist/speech therapist 17 orthoptist/orthoptist of 18 qualified health and nurse/certified health and nurse 19 certified pediatric nurse/certified children nurse 20 qualified mental health and psychiatric nurse/certified health and nurse 21 healing masseuse/therapist 22 Hospital (§ 2 para 1 Z 1 to 6 KAKuG) 23 independent clinic (§ 2 para 1 Z 7 KAKuG) 24 institution of the correctional system 25 Spa institution (section 42a KAKuG) 26 community pharmacy 27 tissue bank 28 blood establishment 29 research institution 30.
Optics 31 contact lens optics 32. Bandagist 33. hearing aid acoustics 34. orthopaedic technology 35. rescue 36. patient transport 37. main Association of Austrian social insurance institutions 38. insurance institutions 39. health care establishment 40. private hospital Fund 41. insurance of the person health risks 42. hospital carrier 43. Spa Institute media 44. health management 45. patient representation (article 11e KAKuG) 46. service provider healthcare Appendix 2: permitted algorithms
1. all procedures, which annexed the signature Ordinance 2008 (SigV 2008), Federal Law Gazette II No. 3/2008 stated, are allowed.
2. than symmetric algorithms are suitable, with an effective key length of at least 100 bits must be given: - advanced encryption standard (AES) [FIPS197] - [ANSI X 9.52] TripleDES in CBC or CTR mode [NIST 800-38A].
Abbreviations (cited references):
[ANSI X 9.52]
"Triple Data Encryption Algorithm Modes of operation", American National Standards Institute, ANSI X 9.52, 1998.
"Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)", National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST), Federal information processing standards publication FIPS 197, November 2001.
M. Dworkin: "Recommendation for Block Cipher Modes of Operation", National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST 800-38A special publication, 2001.