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SMART on FHIR

Platform
OnBase
Product
SMART on FHIR
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Premier
Standard
Essential

OnBase configuration allows administrators the ability to build a group of settings that are referred to as an Application. This group of settings can then be loaded into the OnBase Application Server to define behaviors when utilizing the SMART on FHIR functionality. This allows for the following:

  • Multiple EHRs can launch OnBase applications

  • One EHR can utilize multiple sets of configurations. For example, integrated viewing applications may request different permissions than integrated scanning applications, so you may want to configure each solution to use a different application.

To create a new SMART on FHIR application:

  1. In the OnBase Configuration module, select Medical | FHIR | SMART on FHIR. The SMART on FHIR Applications dialog box is displayed.
  2. Enter the name of the SMART on FHIR application to be created in the field provided, and click Create. The name of the new SMART on FHIR instance is displayed.
  3. Click the Settings button. The Settings dialog box for the application you created is displayed.
  4. The Settings dialog box contains settings used by the application server that are then used when an OnBase scanning or viewing app interacts with the SMART on FHIR workflow. The following settings are available for configuration:
    • Application Name. You can either rename the application, or keep it the same.

    • Application Unique ID. This is a unique ID that is automatically generated when setting up the application server. This ID is used when configuring the SMART on FHIR application ID in the OnBase Application Server web.config file.

    • Username Claim. This is the name of the claim that is used to specify the name of the claim that contains the end user ID that will be used to map to an OnBase username. This will be the same value that was configured in the Hyland IdP's Username field.

    • Availability. Select to either Enable or Disable the application. This allows you to disable an Application configuration that should not be used. The default value is Enabled.

  5. Click Save.