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Butterfly Access Roles

Butterfly Access Roles

Permissions govern what actions you can take on studies, as well as what managerial actions you can take within the system. Within Compass software these are called Butterfly Access Roles. 

Access to studies and PHI in Butterfly is based on organization membership. As a member of an organization you have access to all the studies within that organization aside from those in private archives (as long as you’re not a member of the archive). This functionality is available to customers with enterprise logins.

 

Native Butterfly Access Roles

Butterfly Enterprise software comes with a variety of predefined Butterfly Access Roles based on typical customer needs. We recommend using these roles as often as possible for the ease of troubleshooting and also to enable any new features. These profiles are configured from best practices Butterfly has seen across various enterprise customers.

Butterfly Access Role Description
Enterprise Administrator Platform owner with full capability to manage connectivity, login, workflows, data, users, and permissions. There must always be one active user in this role.
Connectivity and Security Fleet management editor with edit access to connectivity settings.
Clinical Lead User with read access to system settings with ability to contribute to clinical facing worksheets, tags, QA documentation, etc. Has attesting and QA privileges.
Attesting User (w/ QA Privileges) User with ability to sign studies in gated archives and able to QA.
Attesting User (w/o QA Privileges) User with ability to sign studies in gated archives and unable to QA.
Non Attesting User (w/ QA Privileges) Users without the ability to attest to studies in gated archives and able to QA.
Non Attesting User (w/o QA Privileges) Users without the ability to attest to studies in gated archives and unable to QA.

 

Creating a New Butterfly Access Role

If the pre-configured Butterfly Access Roles are not meeting your needs, you also have the ability to create your own Butterfly Access Roles.

To create a new role you must have Read & Write capabilities for Permissions Management in your Butterfly Access Role. Reach out to your Enterprise Administrator if you need this capability.

  1. Navigate to Enterprise Settings and to the Butterfly Access Roles section.
  2. Click “Add” and then choose whether to copy a pre-existing role as your template or start from a blank slate.
  3. Select the level of permissions that should be granted for each permissions bucket.
  4. Once done select ‘Add Butterfly Access Role’
  5. Navigate to the Enterprise Members tab to add users to the newly created Butterfly Access Role.

Note - Not all presets and imaging modes are available everywhere. Check for the availability in your country.

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