The applications of healthdata.be (like HD4DP v2 and healthstat.be) process sensitive personal information. Therefore, strict controlled processes are used to grant access to these applications. The Entity Access Management (EAM) portal of healthdata.be facilitates these processes. In this article we describe how to use it.
To request access to healthdata.be applications (such as HD4DP v2 and healthstat.be), you can click on REQUEST ACCESS in the blue box in the middle of the screen.
Then, you arrive at the next page, click on Connect with eID.
You will be directed to the government's Federal Authentication Service (FAS) where you can log in with multiple digital keys with eID or digital identity.
If you choose to connect with ItsMe, you can enter your cell phone number.
Follow the instructions on your mobile device via the ItsMe application.
You can now fill out the access request form.
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Note: You must indicate your role in the project (Local Study Lead, Local Study Associate or Local Study Support). Your role determines your access options in HD4DP2 for this project. Read more about User roles in HD4DP v2.
Check the boxes of the projects you wish to request access to.
Select HD4DP2.0 if you want to access the application to make recordings for the selected project.
Select Healthstat.be if you want to access the reporting of the selected project.
Click the Submit button when you have completed the form.
Once you have successfully completed the access request form, you will receive a confirmation message.
Your request will be forwarded to an employee of your organization who is authorized to grant you access. After he has approved your request, your account will be immediately created by healthdata.be. The whole procedure can take 2 working days. We will inform you once the account is active.
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