Clinician to schedule a video meeting with Local Registration Authority using applications such as Microsoft Teams, Slack, Webex, Zoom or Skype.
Clinician to provide the following via email prior to the meeting, as per the government's Good Practice Guide (GPG) 45:
- date of birth
- National Insurance number
- scan of passport or driving license (or photo of same)
- passport photo
- mobile phone number
In the unlikely event that a user does not have photographic identity, a judgement should be made by the Registration Authority as to which document from the NHS Employers options, for users with no photographic ID, should be asked for.
On the video interview:
- Registration Authority will text a set of numbers to the clinician and they will read it out on the video call
- show the document that the scan/photo is from to the Registration Authority on the video call
- Registration Authority to capture other necessary details
Registration Authority to create the identity in the Care Identity Service for the clinician:
- enter particular information in registration screen Passport 000000000, non photo ID TAC 1 and TAC 2 (Temporary Access Card) to distinguish these as temp C-19 identities
Registration Authority prints the smartcard for the clinician, unlocked with 6 digit passcode, and sends to clinician.
Registration Authority texts 6 digit passcode to clinician when they call to say received - this is generated using a random number generator.
Registration Authority arranges for delivery of the smartcard to the clinician.
Registration Authority assigns access to the system to the clinician as agreed with system supplier.