HealthHive wants to make sure the members of your Hive have the exact level of access that you would like them to have, no more and no less.
We have several different permission levels that you can give to the members of your Hive. Here are the permissions, ordered from those with the most functionality to those with the least.
The Owner of the Hive is the person all the information in the Hive is about. You can always tell who the Owner is by looking at the Home Page of the Hive you are in. Once a Hive has been created the Owner of the Hive cannot be changed. There are two kinds of Owners:
Active Hive Owners can log into HealthHive and manage or help manage their info.
Inactive Hive Owners won't log into HealthHive and will instead sit back and let their Co-Owners do the heavy lifting.
Co-Owners have all the capabilities of the Owner of a Hive. They will be able to view all records, adjusting other Members' permissions, requesting records from physicians on behalf of the Owner, and completely delete a Hive. As this permission gives complete control of the Hive, we strongly encourage that you use this permission setting sparingly and only when completely appropriate.
Who Should be a Co-Owner? Primary CareGivers, Anyone Who Is Regularly Managing or Helping an Owner Manage a Hive.
All-Access will allow Users to view all entries, add their own entries, and invite other Members to the Hive.
Who Should have All-Access? Members Who Are Fairly Active In Administration of a Hive.
Contribute & Read
Users with this level of permission will be able to both view entries in the Hive and add their own.
Who Should have Skim & Contribute? Members Who Regularly Add & View Content in a Hive.
Contributor access is the perfect lightweight permission that allows Members to add their own entries, without being bogged down by seeing others' entries. Contributor Members will still be able to view Locations, Contacts, and other Members (as can any Members in a Hive).
Who Should have Contributor? Members Who Add Info Into Hives And Don't Need The Context Of Other Entries.
Read-Only allows Members to view all the entries in a Hive.
Who Should have Skim-Only? Members Who Only Need To View Hive Entries.