I need to setup a user with access control of "clinician". I do not want to give the user a "physician" access because the user is not a physician and I do not want to give the user access permission elevated as a physician permission.
The clinician need to add a vitals (like a medical assistant does) therefore she has to create an encounter and create the vitals form. However, another clinician cannot see the encounter that the first clinician created. Nor can this first clinician see any encounters that the other clinicians created. What if the clinician has to modify the values on the vitals ? How do I do this ?
Hi Jojo Pornebo,
In this case , we have two users (clinician1,clinician2) has the ACL assigned as "Clinician". Now you need to create a new ACL Group.(Admins-> ACL->Groups and Access Controls -> Add New Group) .While creating the new group, select Return Value as "addonly" .
After created the group, Edit that group and import the "Notes -Any encounters (write,addonly options)" access control to that group.
Once u assigned the access control to that group, Go to Admin -> users -> edit that user(For eg clinician1) -> access control. Press and hold Control key and select the newly created group also. (Now this user has two access control groups assigned).
Now Clinicial1 will able to see his encounters as well other clinician encounters.
Hope this will help.
That Works !!! TNX.
I see multiple groups in Admins-> ACL->Groups and Access Controls
But i dont see all in Admin -> users -> edit that user -> access control
is anything i missed to configure
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