Single Sign-On - MiHIN

Description
This Use Case allows organizations to use either trusted identities of their own provision or MILogin trusted identities from the State of Michigan. This allows users to use Single Sign-On (SSO) across multiple healthcare services. As a result, users within the organization can maintain a single login ID and password (i.e. a trusted identity) which can access all services available through the Identity Exchange Platform based on the permissions given to them by the organization. Enabling SSO in healthcare requires a very solid �trust framework� where identities are thoroughly verified before allowing use of that identity across multiple systems. This SSO Use Case provides a trust framework and identity authentication technologies that allow trusted identities to be easily shared, distributed, maintained, exchanged and used across multiple healthcare systems, organizations, and services to enable widespread, secure Single Sign-On.
Start Date
05/01/2015
Projected End Date

    
Project Tags
  • Michigan
  • single sign-on
  • federated identities
  • interoperability
Project Point of Contact: david.livesayremove@removemihin.org
Project Results
None