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Heilberufsausweise - Spezifikation (noch Version HPC v2.0)

Spezifikation elektronischer Heilberufsausweis: This specification defines the card interfaces to - the Health Professional Card (HPC) for individuals from accredited health professions and - the Security Module Card (SMC) usable in health care environments and authentication procedures between a HPC or SMC and a Patient Data Card (PDC) for verifying the authenticity of a PDC and proving access rights. In particular, this specification defines - technical characteristics - conventions of data transmission - file and data structures - security mechanisms - commands for achieving the required card services and - structure and content of certificates. The specification is made in such a way that it is adaptable also to the needs of other health professionals. The specification takes into account - the German signature law and signature ordinance (Signatur-Gesetz SigG and Signatur- Verordnung SigV) - the DIN specification for Digital Signature Cards - the e-Sign K specification for electronic signatures - the relevant ISO-Standards (especially ISO/IEC 7816 Part 1-4, 8, 9 and 15) - other sources (e.g. requirements from trust centers).

Spezifikation elektronischer Heilberufsausweis: This specification defines the card interfaces to - the Health Professional Card (HPC) for individuals from accredited health professions and - the Security Module Card (SMC) usable in health care environments and authentication procedures between a HPC or SMC and a Patient Data Card (PDC) for verifying the authenticity of a PDC and proving access rights. In particular, this specification defines - technical characteristics - conventions of data transmission - file and data structures - security mechanisms - commands for achieving the required card services and - structure and content of certificates. The specification is made in such a way that it is adaptable also to the needs of other health professionals. The specification takes into account - the German signature law and signature ordinance (Signatur-Gesetz SigG and Signatur- Verordnung SigV) - the DIN specification for Digital Signature Cards - the e-Sign K specification for electronic signatures - the relevant ISO-Standards (especially ISO/IEC 7816 Part 1-4, 8, 9 and 15) - other sources (e.g. requirements from trust centers).

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