About the UZI-register
The Dutch Unieke Zorgverlener Identificatie Register (UZI-register) (Unique Healthcare Provider Identification Register) is an organisation that enables unique identification of healthcare providers and care assessment agencies in electronic traffic.
The UZI-register is responsible for the demand, production and distribution of UZI products. In doing so, the UZI-register fulfils the role of Certification Service Provider (CSP). The UZI-register is a part of the CIBG. The CIBG is an implementing agency of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (Dutch: Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport, VWS).
The UZI-register is certified by the following parties:
The Electronic Signature Act places requirements on certification service providers. The certification of the UZI-register according to the ‘Framework for Certification of Certification Authorities against ETSI TS 101 456, version 1.4.3’ proves that the UZI-register complies with these requirements. (www.etsi.org)
The UZI-register is certified according to NEN-EN-ISO 9001:2008. (www.nen.nl)
Public Key Infrastructure
The UZI-register complies with the ‘Public Key Infrastructure’ (PKI) standards for government agencies. This is described in the Schedule of Requirements. (www.logius.nl)
The UZI-register is registered with the Authority Consumer & Market (ACM) of the Netherlands. The registration number is 940473. (https://www.acm.nl/)
An independent auditor periodically checks whether the UZI-register still complies with all of the specified standards and norms.
General Terms and Conditions
See our Certification Practice Statement (PDF | 691kB) for our General Terms and Conditions.