The system transfers the health data of every patient to a central database which the various health care providers can consult through the local hospital, general practitioner or pharmacy systems with the appropriate authorisation.
The central services of the EESZT render the health care processes faster and more transparent. The system enables efficient and immediate data exchange, which primarily aims at implementing the exchange of patient data and documentation, and the mutual use of resources (CT, MR, laboratory, other diagnostics). Data exchanges enable a more thorough knowledge of the patient’s medical history data, as documents generated by other providers also become accessible.
The EESZT ensures efficient communication within the healthcare sector with the highest level of data and cyber protection. The system is scaled to simultaneously serve approximately 100,000 healthcare professionals, thus it is capable of simultaneously serving 40 % of all users.
Pursuant to Section 2(1a) of Decree No 39/2016 of 21 December 2016 of the Ministry of Human Capacities on detailed rules relating to the National eHealth Infrastructure (hereinafter “Decree”), the health care provider was required to meet the obligation relating to accession by 1 January 2020, which has the right to provide health services not on the basis of the operating licence issued by the governmental health agency, and is not required to submit a financing report or provide data by electronic means, but holds an operating licence for performing medical or dental activity. Pursuant to Section 22(5a) of the Decree, such health care providers have been required to meet the data provision obligation within the EESZT from 1 June 2020.
Based on the above, each privately funded healthcare provider holding an operating licence for medical or dental activity has been required to provide data to the EESZT
· from 1 January 2020 for accession to the EESZT,
· from 1 June 2020 for meeting the obligation to provide data to the EESZT.
Within the framework of the data provision obligation, the range of data that must be reported to the EESZT is defined by Chapter III/A of Act XLVII of 1997 on the processing and protection of health care and related personal data and the annexes of the Decree. The Decree is currently being amended, as a result of which the data provision obligation of each health care provider required to join is regulated on an item-by-item basis. Within the framework of the data provision obligation, data defined in such legislation must be forwarded to the EESZT.
Please be aware that you need to have an EESZT accredited system in order to start providing data. Before launching the accession process, please enquire with your IT system supplier or on the healthcare systems website, which lists the EESZT accredited medical systems.
Staff of the EESZT Contact Center are available through the contact details below to answer any additional questions you may have in relation to the steps necessary for reporting to the EESZT, presented below:
+36 1 920 1050 firstname.lastname@example.org
INSTITUTIONAL ACCESSION TO THE EESZT
Execution of administrative accession: completion of accession documentation and its sending through the eGate.
Holding of EESZT user training
Finalisation of technical accession:
- Procurement of e-ID reader for each workstation where patients are managed
- procurement of the e-ID card necessary for identification for all staff who will
- upload data to the EESZT, or
- write ePrescriptions, or
- who is an authorisation administration defined in clause 5 of the accession statement
- we recommend that you download and register on your mobile device the EESZT mobilToken application (iOS, Android), for identification, which allows an easier and more convenient login to the EESZT system
- further details on the registration process (HU): https://portal.eeszt.gov.hu/hu/belepes-az-eeszt-be
- application for a token is necessary for identification of foreign employees
- application for “X” user rights for non-medical staff
- application for the authentication certificate only for institutions
- application of institutional user for the authentication certificate
Information necessary for joining service providers (token application, institutional user, non-medical user account) (HU)
Application for a token:
- rules of application for a token, setting out the group of persons eligible to apply and the steps of submission.
- token application form, which must be completed and electronically sent.
- rules of creating an institutional user account, setting out the group of persons eligible to apply and the steps of submission.
- institutional user account application form, which must be completed and electronically sent.
User account of non-health care professionals:
- rules of creating a user account for non-health care professionals, setting out the group of persons eligible to apply and the steps of submission.
- user account application form for non-health care professionals, which must be completed and electronically sent.
Obviously, regulations accessible here are only applicable to future applications in relation to providers that performed the above tasks earlier in part or full.
The completed application forms are to be sent to the following address:
Országos Kórházi Főigazgatóság, H-1525 Budapest 114 Pf. 32.
Updated: 17. 10. 2020.