Currently Supported Systems
Orbital Lite STS is a versatile application that supports a variety of SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) profiles, enabling seamless Single-Sign-On (SSO) experiences across different healthcare systems and information exchanges. Here's an expansion on the supported SAML profiles:
Quality Health Network (QHN)
Orbital Lite STS enables SAML-based Single-Sign-On with patient context integration for the Quality Health Network. This integration allows healthcare providers and systems connected to QHN to authenticate users and access patient information seamlessly.
Clinical Connect HIE (CCHIE)
Orbital Lite STS facilitates SSO with patient context integration for the Clinical Connect Health Information Exchange. This integration allows authorized users to securely access patient information across different healthcare systems connected to CCHIE.
Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients (CRISP)
Orbital Lite STS supports SAML-based SSO with patient context integration for the Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients. This integration enables healthcare organizations to securely access and exchange patient information within the CRISP network.
East Tennessee Health Information Network (etHIN)
Orbital Lite STS enables SSO with patient context integration for the East Tennessee Health Information Network. This integration allows authorized users to seamlessly access patient data from various healthcare systems connected to etHIN.
eHealth Ontario's Single Sign On
Orbital Lite STS supports different versions (0.1, 0.2, 1.4, and 1.5) of eHealth Ontario's Single Sign-On (SSO) - Patient Context Sharing Standard. This integration enables secure SSO with patient context sharing across various eHealth Ontario systems and applications.
MCN Healthcare Software Solutions
Orbital Lite STS supports SAML-based SSO for healthcare software solutions provided by MCN Healthcare. This integration allows users to log in once and access multiple MCN Healthcare applications without the need for repeated authentication.