Organizations may use Knowledge Tracks to deliver onboarding, annual compliance training, quality improvement initiatives, and more. In this demonstration, we’ll review how Administrators and Knowledge Track Administrators can create a Knowledge Track.
After logging into MedBridge, navigate to the Knowledge Tracks Library. From here, you can view previously created Knowledge Tracks, or build a new one. To build a new track, click “Create New Track.” Name your knowledge track, then add an optional description. You can also add a minimum assessment score that will apply to MedBridge courses.
Now you’re reading to start adding content. Navigate to the first section of your Knowledge Track. You can select the “Edit” button to change the name and add a description. Then select “Add Content.”
You can choose from a variety of MedBridge offerings, including courses and microlearning. You can also create custom content by uploading your own material, such as PDFs and videos or linking to other resources.
When adding a MedBridge course, be sure to select the appropriate state and discipline for the learners being assigned this training. When you’ve added a course you can select if it is required or not. You can also require users to retake the course, even if they’ve previously completed it.
When you’re finished adding MedBridge courses, select “Done.” You can change the order of items by clicking and dragging. You can also require that learners complete sections in order by toggling the “Section must be taken in order” button. When you’re finished select “Save Track.”
You can now assign the track to your staff and setup notifications. Once a Knowledge Track is created, you can make edits by navigating to the Knowledge Tracks library, hovering over the track and selecting “Edit.” You can also make copies of it by choosing “Make a Copy.”
This concludes our demonstration on how to create a Knowledge Track.