What is the difference between an Organisation, an Administrator and a Provider?

Qinematic is a Processor of information, on behalf of an Organisation (‘Organisational Unit’). The Organisation has a license to use some or all of the Qinematic suite of software. The Organisation is known as a Controller of data, along with the Individual (Health Seeker) who is being scanned.

The Organisation elects an Administrator who manages the services consumed by an Organisation (licensee). The responsibilities of the Administrator, on behalf of the Organisation, include:

  1. Register Providers and grant them rights on behalf of the Organisation

  2. Install software

  3. Customise the software settings

  4. View and submit logs to Qinematic Support

  5. All the functions accessible to the Provider

The Organisation has Health Providers (‘Users’), with different rights for using Note, Posture Scan and Movement Lab, and according to their subscription status provided by the Administrator. The possible functions available to subscribers include:

  1. Log in to Posture Scan to perform a scan.

  2. Log in to Movement Lab to review a scan.

  3. Review scan statistics carried out by the organisation.

  4. Log in to Note to review Summary report.

All Health Providers and Administrators have access to Note. Access to Note requires authenticated login, which is managed by Qinematic via Microsoft Azure (known as a sub-processor to Qinematic).

Qinematic software will only open and access scan files if a Health Provider is registered, has a valid subscription to use Qinematic, and has rights to view scans from a specific library. A Health Provider (User) typically belongs to one Organisational Unit, however another Organisation can grant an external Provider access to their scan library, and/or permission to perform scans on behalf of the Organisation. The access and the rights granted are the sole responsibility of the organisation’s Administrator. Providers who have rights across multiple Organisations need to choose which Organisational Unit (and therefore library) they send scans to when using Posture Scan.