What are the different types of administrators in the Project Beacon platform?

You will need to assign administrative privileges to allow users to manage your testing program and sites. A single user can have multiple testing roles, but we recommend that you only grant privileges to people as-needed and only when necessary to fulfill their responsibilities.

There are 5 types of user roles in the Project Beacon platform:

  1. Organization Admins: Principals, administration, nurses, and those overseeing the overall program. This level of access will allow you to manage who participates in your testing program and view all of the data associated with those personnel. With this access, you will be able to add, remove, edit profile information and view test history. It is recommended that at least one of your testing site admins be assigned with this access if you plan to obtain consent or edit profile information at the time of testing. 
  2. Organization Owners: Organization Owners can change settings and add other admins at any time.
  3. Test Site Admins: Nurses, support staff, or anyone performing the testing. This level of access allows the staff to see the testing site information, perform the tests, and input the results. If you are performing tests, you need this access.
  4. Test Site Clinicians: Nurses, Physicians. This level of access provides visibility into all of the past testing results. Most test side admins will also have test site clinician privileges, but doesn't have to be the case. This role will be reviewing the previous results and potentially contacting the test taker with results and next steps.
  5. Test Site Owner: Test Site Owners can customize settings and add additional users as administrators. If you need to add or remove an owner at a later time, contact customer support.