Redox now has a new Single Sign-on data model! This new functionality allows organizations to securely share the login context for a user. The most common use case is a provider in an EHR launching an integrated application, and being automatically logged in, as well as passing context such as which patient and visit are open. Current support of this data model requires that the EHR is capable of making an outbound SAML request. We will be extending support in the near future to include any browser-based SSO scheme an EHR uses as long as it meets our bar for security. For more information, check out our API Docs or product announcement post.