From detailed guides to online courses – resources are available to provide you with the knowledge necessary to build and integrate EHR applications.

User Registry

The user registry provides services to ensure the validation and authorization of user and system access to EHR services (i.e. the right people have access to the right information). 

The registry communicates with client and provider registries and other resources (e.g. the system registry) as required, applying business rules and tracking federated users. It allows (or denies) secure electronic access to services and resources by enforcing business rules and policies to determine whether or not a user is entitled to access an EHR service.

The user registry is designed to address the business need for: 

  • Secure access by providers to EHR services, including federated providers
  • Secure access by individual health care clients to PHI
  • A simple but secure registration and user verification process
  • Single sign-on access – i.e. allowing approved, trusted providers to use their existing identity credentials to access shared eHealth Ontario resources
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