Add or Remove a Team Member

Healthie enables organizations with multiple providers, clinicians, team members, and assistants to coordinate with each other to provide collaborative care to clients. There are over 40 settings & permissions that account administrators can set for each member of the organization. 

Account administrators on a Group Plan or above are able to add or remove a team members from the team account. If you are not currently on a group or enterprise level plan, please reach out to to adjust your subscription to a multi-provider plan. 

Please note, subscription plans do not automatically update when a team member is removed. Please email when you have completed removal of a team member so we may adjust your plan accordingly.


Add a Member to Your Organization

To add a member to your organization:

  • Navigate to Settings > Organization > Org Info (complete this information if it hasn't been completed yet) > Manage Memberships 
  • Add in the Member's Name, E-mail-address, and choose either Standard or Support role 
  • You can optionally set a member (standard or support) to be an Administrator
    • Administrators can oversee member activity, access Organization-wide reports, and optionally have visibility into client information and activity 
    • Administrators can also set permissions for other team members
    • We recommend limiting the number of Administrators you have in your account

When you add a member to your organization, they will receive an e-mail indicating that they've been added to your organization. They will then be able to click on a unique link, that will enable them to set up a password, and access their account, based on the permissions you have established on their behalf. Immediately, you'll be able to share documents and resources, intake forms and other resources, and message with them within the platform. 

Standard vs Support Seats

When adding a new team member to your account, admins have the ability to designate a team member role as either standard or support. Learn more about the difference between user roles

Both support and standard roles can be given an admin designation. Administrators typically have the highest level of permissions for the account, including the ability to view all billing details, change the account's bank account information, and add new organization members. 

Set Member-Specific Permissions

  • Navigate to Organization > Manage Memberships (Note: Only "Admin" roles can make modifications for other accounts)
  • Select Settings of an existing provider
  • Select / unselect permissions you'd like to enable for a provider
  • Based on the role you have already given this provider, Healthie's recommended pre-set settings have been applied

Here is our Deep Dive: Team Member Settings

If you would like assistance navigating permissions & settings, e-mail us: and we can set up time to run through your Settings

Remove a Member (Make Inactive)

There are instances in which you will need to make changes in your active providers, e..g, if there is a personnel change, or if a member of your team will be leaving for a known period of time (e.g., maternity leave). 

Healthie's system makes it easy for you to Revoke log-in access and change the status of team members, by marking a standard or support account as "Inactive". Here is what happens, and best practices, when you mark a seat as inactive: 

  • A member is no longer able to log in, which means that they cannot access client information. 
  • If that member was a provider, they will no longer appear on the Org Calendar.
  • You will be prompted to re-assign any clients that are associated with that provider to someone else on your team.
  • Appointments be rescheduled with the newly assigned provider
  • Clients will not be able to book with a provider who has been set as Inactive.  
  • Intake forms, charting templates, programs, and other materials that the provider has created will have the same visibility as when the provider was active. This means that if you were able to see intake forms & charting templates from this provider, you will continue to be able to do so. 
  • No client information or system information is deleted
  • You can make a provider Active again if needed. 
  • Reach out to when completed, so we can update your subscription plan for you. 

Best practices:

  • If someone on your team is leaving for a known period of time (e.g., a maternity or other leave) we recommend NOT marking them as inactive or moving them to a support role. If you would like to proceed with this, we recommend keeping a list of known clients of this provider for you to "change back" when this person re-joins your team.
  • If a departing / previous member of your team has worked with clients in your business, we recommend against fully removing a provider in your system, even if they are no longer a member of your team. Rather, we recommend marking them as inactive. The reason for this, is that for your business and auditing purposes, it's helpful to have a history of client care. 


  • It is not possible to mark the Account Owner (e.g., the member that first created the Healthie account) as Inactive, due to Privacy and Terms of Use agreements in place. If you need to designate a new account owner, please email for account support. 

Rearrange the Order of Team Members

Healthie enables you to order the members in your Organization. This is helpful in the following instances:

  • You have a high number of providers in your organization and need to sort them
  • You would like members to appear in a certain order on your Organization Calendar

From the Organization Members page, drag-and-drop a team member to a new position as needed.

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