The real value of SMART (whether its "on FHIR" or not) is that it sets a 
mechanism for EMRs to pass context to external apps.  This means apps are 
re-usable across different back ends.

Note that this is not really about authentication (SSO) but rather it is about 


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Subject: Re: SMART on FHIR integration

SSO is a front end feature, that is not on the current scope of the openEHR 

I think any openEHR implementer can do SSO at the front-end app level to access 
SMART apps.

On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 6:14 PM, Brian Nantz 
<<>> wrote:
I see you have had discussions on FHIR and SMART on FHIR.  Is it on the roadmap 
for openEHR to support SMART on FHIR launch sequence 
( for single sign on?  I know many 
customers who would like this seemless integration.

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