MedBridge GO is the ultimate solution for keeping your patients motivated and engaged with their care between visits. It allows patients to access their Home Exercise Program, watch their assigned exercises and patient education videos.
The MedBridge GO app also provides patients with additional features to improve their engagement and adherence, such as reminders to complete their exercises and playlists that take them through all of their sets and reps. 89% of users indicated MedBridge HEP has helped improve patient adherence.
When assigning a Home Exercise Program to your patient, you have the option of printing, emailing, or texting their program. If your patient is interested in using MedBridge GO, the easiest way to download the app is by distributing their program via text or email. This will automatically direct them to download the app to their device. Your patient can also download MedBridge GO through their device’s “app store”.
After downloading the MedBridge GO app, patients can access their program with the access code you provided them in a text message, email, or print out. In the app, the patient can tap the GO button to view a playlist of their home exercise program. This allows them to choose the exercises they want to complete and guides them through the assigned reps and sets.
As a patient completes exercises, their activity will be logged and automatically updated in their patient chart. Patients can also log activity without watching the videos by tapping the log activity button.
Patients can also go to the Resources tab to view individual videos and education. To boost adherence, patients can set reminders to do their exercises. The app will also track the patient’s completions and streaks, adding a fun incentive for patients to adhere to their program.
You can easily see how many times your patients have signed into their program with the MedBridge Home Exercise Program.
From the HEP builder, navigate to the Access Codes tab at the top of the page. You can then see the number of logins and the date of the last login for each program you’ve created.
If the patient does not want to download the app, they can also use the Online Patient Portal to view their exercises. Instructions on how to access the Portal are included in the print-out and email, and they can also access it in the link provided in the text message or email.
Be sure to check out our other tutorials where we look closer at how to share a program, edit a program, or create a template program.
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