This article explains how a Health Care Organization (HCO) admin can resend a verification email to a Health Care Professional (HCP) within an Organization in the Health Portal. This is required when an HCP has not been validated yet. Resending a verification email to an HCP is like resending an invitation to access the Health Portal. The HCP will need to Validate their account in order to set up their account in the Health Portal using this verification email.
- Login to the Health Portal with your HCO admin credentials (Email and password).
- From the left navigation menu, go to Departments > All departments. Then click the department where the HCP was added. See the sample image below.
- From the department's view, scroll down to the List of health care professionals and from the Verified column, click RESEND to resend the verification email to the HCP who has the status of "No RESEND". By clicking RESEND, a new verification email is generated and sent to the HCP's email address.
- Once the resend step is done, a "Verification email resent" message will show in the upper right corner of the Health portal.
And the verification email from Respiri with the subject line 'Verify your account' has been resent to the HCP. You may now inform the HCP to look at their email and follow the instructions as shown on How do I set up my HCP account in Health Portal for first time use?.
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