User Name – usually an abbreviated form of the user’s name, such as Last name and first initial of the first name. In many cases it is a good idea to mirror the user’s user name from other accounts such as Windows.
Password – a code unique to that user and known only to them to log into the system.
Default site – a physical location that is using the EMR such as a Pediatrics office. Printing defaults are typically assigned by site.
Profession – users profession such as Nurse, MD, medical student
Employee # - Indicates the employee’s identification at the organization.
Finalization Authority – the level at which the user can finalize a document. A user can still create, sign, and save a document even though they do not have a high enough finalization authority.
Credentials – the users credentials such as: RN, MD, MA
Ownership Authority – the level at which the user can be the Owner of a document. A user can still create and sign a document if they don’t have a high enough Ownership authority. This only grants the level at which a user can be the Owner.
Password Never Expires – by checking this box the password for the user does not expire.
Force Password Change – by checking this box, the next time the user logs in the system will force the user to change their password.
Physician Homebase User - applies to User/Providers only. Indicates whether the user is a Physician Homebase user (and thus, Homebase appears on the horizontal toolbar).
Electronic Workflow – by checking this box the user will participate in the electronic workflow such as electronic signature.