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Re: [Health] Access Right to Patients Tabs

From: Christoph H. Larsen
Subject: Re: [Health] Access Right to Patients Tabs
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 13:38:54 +0430
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Dear Hedayat,

On 24/01/12 11:18, Hedayat Vatankhah wrote:
> Hi Christoph,
> I don't know if it is the best, and correct, answer but you might try
> using "Field Access" (from Administration->Models->Model Access) to
> restrict access to some specific fields for some groups.
This is exactly what I have been doing this morning - yet failed to take
out the empty tabs and sub-tabs. Is there any way to achieve that, as
the current state of affairs looks a bit amputated. Nevertheless, a big
step forward.
> Hope it helps,
Thanks a lot,
> Hedayat
> /*Christo ph H. Larsen <address@hidden>*/ wrote on Tue,
> 24 Jan 2012 10:13:35 +0430:
>> Dear All,
>> In our setting, patient registration is handled by non-medical
>> staff (I know, it should be different, but this is Afghanistan) that
>> should not have access to any medical data at all. Still the
>> registration staff should be able to create a patient, or to retrieve
>> him/or from the patient list, enter / edit contact details and
>> addresses, as well as select insurance details from a pre-fabricated
>> drop-down list.
>> I do not seem to be able to separate group access permissions to the
>> different tabs within the "Patients" menu item. I would be quite
>> satisfied, if patient reception staff could only have viewing, editing
>> and creating right in the "General Info" tab, and could not even view
>> the other tabs. Any ideas at all?
>> I tried to get around the above conundrum by giving patient receiption
>> access rights to the "Parties" menu item, but this has a few serous
>> drawbacks:
>> (i) They always have to activate manually the "Patient" box; with tight
>> access control this may mean that reception staff locks themselves out,
>> as they are only allowed to view patients and insurance companies, and
>> no other parties.
>> (ii) At this step, there is no patient ID to be created, i.e. no proper
>> patient labels can be printed.
>> So, in summary: Is there any way to get the per-group tab permission set
>> for the Patient menu item?
>> Thanks a lot!
>> Chris

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