Advanced Features on Embodia: Tips, Tricks, and Updates
- Are apart of a clinic on Embodia
- Are an individual practitioner subscribed to Embodia
- Are apart of a University or hospital who uses Embodia
We will be going through the most recent updates to the platform. This month we will be going over:
- Two-way messaging
- Outcome measures
- Questionnaires (including the Net Promoter Score and satisfaction surveys)
- Patient progress diaries
- Resource packages and top-ups to your HEP library from a variety of Embodia instructors
There will be time for Q&A and to help us stay organized, please submit your questions and requests ahead of time by filling out this form.
Additionally, we will teach you some tips & tricks on how to make it quick and easy to prescribe exercises, how to set up your space for a successful telerehab session, the one feature available only on the Embodia mobile app, and how to prescribe outcome measures on Embodia.
The first Tuesday of every month, we will be hosting this complimentary 30-minute webinar to update you on the most recent feature additions on Embodia. Register for the July edition below (you must be signed into your Embodia account to register).
RPT, Co-Founder & CEO of Embodia
Maggie Bergeron is a registered physiotherapist who received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 2009 after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa.
Maggie co-founded Embodia in 2014 to modernize the patient experience and to provide a simple, easy way to take continuing education courses to all physiotherapists and rehabilitation practitioners, regardless of their location, budget, or area of practice.
Maggie is the community director of TechTO Health - a health technology event that brings together thousands of health tech enthusiasts. She also maintains her own physiotherapy practice in the east end of Toronto where she works with people with persistent pain. Maggie currently serves as a mentor, placement host and holds a Status-Only Appointment (lecturer ranking) with the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.