Health care providers who have a treatment relationship with you can see your personal health information through the WVHIN’s HIE. These health care providers and their staffs are called “authorized users.” Simply put, your doctor, dentist, pharmacist and certain members of their staffs can see your health information. It is important to understand not ALL authorized users can see ALL of your health information. For example, a doctor or nurse may see your medical history and current medications to treat you, but the receptionist may only see your name, address and date of birth. This is called “role based access” and is one of the many features that protect the privacy of your health information.