This guide will walk you through the required steps to remove the EMR access to one of your OSCAR users. 


Inactivating the provider record

Inactivating the provider record in OSCAR is the only step you need to take to remove someone's access to the EMR. Once a provider is inactivated, they will not be able to log in even if they have login credentials.


1. From the schedule page, click on "Administration" to open the admin panel.

2. Click on "User Management" (green) towards the top left to expand that part of the menu, then click on "Search/Edit/Delete Provider Record" (blue).


3. Find the provider record of the person you wish to inactivate. If you have a big organization, you may need to look on other pages by clicking on the "Next Page" link at the bottom of the page. You can also use the search box located towards the top right to search by last name. Once you find the person you are looking for, click on their provider number on the left, in the "ID" column of the table. If you plan on removing their security record (see below), remember their provider id as it will help you find their login faster.

4. Find the "Status" field. Using the drop down menu, select "Inactive".

5. Scroll to the bottom of the page then click "Update Record".



Removing the security record

While inactivating the provider record will prevent them from login to the system, you may also wish to remove their login details from your system. This cleans up your security record list in OSCAR and makes it easier to find actual employees if you even need to update their login credentials. The following steps will walk you through how to remove the security record.


1. From the schedule page, click on "Administration" to open the admin panel.

2. Click on "User Management" (green) towards the top left to expand that part of the menu, then click on "Search/Edit/Delete Security Records" (orange).

3. At the top right of the page, you will find a search box. If you have the provider Id of the person you want to remove access to, type it in the box, then click "search". Security Records can also be searched by usernames as long as you select the right radio button in the bar at the top of the page. If you do not know the provider id or the username, you can simply click on "Search" to load a full list of providers.

4. Find the username you wish to remove and click on it to go to the security record edit page.

5. At the bottom of the "Update a Security Record" page, you will find a "Delete Record" button. Simply click on it to delete the login credentials.