In this article, we'll walk through:
- Which members of your organization should be granted access to Workshop?
After reading this documentation, you will:
- know who Workshop access should be limited to within your organization.
- know what type of updates a person with Workshop access can perform.
Workshop gives you the tools to build and modify your configuration whenever it’s needed.
If not planned or executed well, the changes made and published in Workshop have the potential to negatively impact your entire team and their patients. Access should be limited to the people in your organization trusted to define, review, and change the workflows and day-to-day activities of your staff.
Access during Initial setup and configuration
We recommend that you choose a small set of members in your organization who are familiar with your program’s end-to-end workflows and have an operating knowledge or experience with the day-to-day tasks performed by various members of your team—such as an Operations or Clinical lead.
Ongoing updates and content changes
In many cases, the members you grant access to Workshop will remain the same over time. However, as your team becomes more familiar with the platform, you may decide to expand access to additional members to help improve and update your Program.
Important Note: Currently, you can’t restrict the types of updates a person with Workshop access can perform. Workshop access enables all users to modify or update your Program details, so exercise caution when authorizing members of your organization to use this tool.