NHSmail is a secure email service approved by the Department of Health and Social Care for sharing patient identifiable and sensitive information. It is used by over 1.7 million healthcare professionals and staff across the NHS to communicate with each other and with patients, and to collaborate on projects.
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How NHS organisations can join NHSmail Adopt NHSmail for your organisation. Accenture and NHS England have worked together to produce the tools and materials to support organisations on-boarding to NHSmail. You can reference all of this documentation in this article.
Date of issue: 25 September 2023 From 2 October 2023, new NHSmail users will have MFA applied to their account by default unless exemptions apply. Read all notifications Prepare for the change to the new Cervical Screening Management System
Patients and public Patients registered at a GP practice in England, or receiving NHS services in England, can use NHS login to access health and care services. For example, patients can access the NHS App or online consultation platform eConsult. Patient information about NHS login. Providers of digital health and care services
NHSmail is a secure email service approved and provided by NHS Digital. Many NHS organisations already use the service; there are over 1.2 million users currently on the platform. The migration to NHSmail means that all email addresses at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust have changed. All new email addresses end with @nhs.net.
This web-based service provides NHS organisations a secure and effective way to respond to high severity cyber alerts. It also offers the ability for these organisations to sign-up to receive information about the latest high severity cyber security threats and vulnerabilities by email or SMS. Sign in to respond to alerts
Phase 1: Set up your application Step 1: Register your application with NHS login Step 2: Register your application on the API platform Step 3: Generate a key pair Step 4: Register your public key Phase 2: Authorise your application Step 5: Authenticate the user with NHS login Step 6: Generate a client assertion
Stage 2 (pre-live): an audit based on obligations which must be met, and core infrastructure that must be connected to, before a supplier can begin to marketing, selling, and supplying services to consumers Ready for live service: a supplier (CN-SP) who has attained stage 2 compliance and has also completed the live service rehearsal
What a user is Every employee using the Q-Flow system is called a user. Each user belongs to a single group. The group determines that user's roles and permissions. User groups in Q-Flow Each user must have their own account. There is no limit to the number of user accounts per site.