In this video, we’ll review how to upload your own custom exercises, patient education videos, and handouts.
Start by navigating to My Exercises. From here, click “Upload New Exercise.”
Under Step 1, enter a name for your exercise. If you will be uploading a video, under Step 2, click “Upload your video.” Navigate to the file you would like to add, and click “Open”. Under Step 3, enter any instructions or notes for your patients.
If you are uploading an image instead of a video, scroll down to Step 4 and click “upload an image.”
If you have uploaded a video and would also like an image to appear when you are searching for this exercise in the HEP Builder, or on patient print-outs, press play on the video and navigate to the moment you would like to create an image of. Then, click “Capture Thumbnail from Video”. Exercise printouts look best with 2 thumbnails, but you can add up to 10.
When you are finished, click Save Exercise, and you will be taken to a preview of the exercise. If you see that additional edits need to be made, click the edit exercise button.
Now, from the My Exercises tab, you can search for custom exercises you have uploaded. To make an exercise visible to other clinicians in your practice, toggle the Sharing button to blue. You can also find custom exercises uploaded by others in your organization on this page.
To assign an uploaded exercise, navigate to the HEP Builder. Under “All Exercises,” click My Uploaded Exercises. Drag and drop the exercise into the program builder, or click the “add” button.
To upload your own patient education video or document, navigate to the “My Patient Ed” tab at the top of the page. In addition to videos and images, you can also upload PDFs here by clicking the Upload PDF tab. You can then follow the same process as uploading a custom exercise.
To find the content you uploaded, navigate back to the HEP Builder. Select the Patient Education tab, then select “My Uploaded Education” under All Patient Education.
Thanks for watching our demonstration on uploading your own custom content.