As you are aware, all employees are assigned to a certain role in the Sekoia Administration, which determines their level of access - such as: System Administrators, Administrators/Managers, Super Users or Employees. What you are able to see and do in the Administration, depends on the role you have been assigned.
Access Control is essentially an added layer to this. It will allow further customisations within those roles – as to which care professionals may be able to create certain Care Plans, Tasks or Forms in the Administration.
The way it will work in practice is that System Administrators will have the ability to create and manage ‘tags’ that may allow/restrict members of their team to have access to specific sections of the Administration setup. This will ensure that employees with the right skills, qualifications and training are the ones responsible for the setup of the same.