Access & passwords¶
HeadtoHelp is an extension of the Primary Mental Health Care Minimum Data Set (PMHC MDS); current PMHC MDS Data online User Guide is available to be viewed for the following information.
Each individual staff member should be set up with their own unique login access. User accounts can be created by a user at your provider organisation, or PHN, who has the User Management role. If unsure who this is, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out who has this access.
Information on ‘Accepting an invitation to become a PMHC MDS User’, ‘Logging In’, and ‘Logging Out’, and ‘Updating your details’, is available at https://docs.pmhc-mds.com/projects/user-documentation/en/latest/home.html.
Password information, including ‘Passwords Requirements’, ‘Password Expiry Notifications’, and ‘Forgotten or Expired Password’, is available at https://docs.pmhc-mds.com/projects/user-documentation/en/latest/home.html.
MDS roles available for HeadtoHelp users¶
Access to the PMHC MDS is based around roles. What tabs a user sees once they are logged in will depend upon what roles they have been assigned. Roles that currently exist within the PMHC MDS, is available at https://docs.pmhc-mds.com/projects/user-documentation/en/latest/users.html#users-roles.
The HeadtoHelp extension is available for the following roles:
|Role||Feature tab||Tasks allowed|
|Upload||Upload||A user with the Upload role can upload PMHC & HeadtoHelp data to the associated organisation.|
|Data Entry||Data Entry||A user with the Data Entry role can enter PMHC & HeadtoHelp data to the associated organisation. See Identifying HeadtoHelp-Episode data records|
|Aggregate Reporting||Reports||A user with the Aggregate Reporting role can run standard PMHC reports and filter these reports by HeadtoHelp data for the associated organisation.|
|Reporting||Reports||A user with the Reporting role can run standard PMHC reports and filter these reports by HeadtoHelp data for the associated organisation.|
|Data Extract||A user with the Reporting role can download the PMHC and HeadtoHelp data from the associated organisation.|