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The Single Sign-on (SSO) data model allows you to connect to other applications via Redox by securely sharing the login context for a user. This is common for providers launching an integrated application from within the EHR system. With SSO, they can automatically log in, as well as pass context like which patient and visit are open. Learn more about how Redox supports SSO.

To do this, the EHR system must be capable of making an outbound SAML request. As with all of our data models, we provide abstraction, standardization, and normalization services to deliver a consistent experience for developers.

If you're interested in launching an app from a patient portal, check out our SMART on FHIR option.