Knowing your patients’ or clients’ behaviors is key to run a patient-centric business.

Our NEW WebExercises Provider Dashboard has been designed to help you with that: every time you log into your account, you can see how many exercise prescriptions you have sent out, how many patients have opened them, and how many have given you feedback.

Why are these data crucial for our treatment outcomes?

#1: Active Rx

This shows you how active Rx you currently have. On the right side of the dashboard, you see how this number compares to the previous month.

Why is it important?

If you work in a team and see this number is dropping, it might be a good idea to check if all providers are prescribing home exercise programs. Providing patients with home exercise programs will not only improve their outcomes but also show your commitment to service quality and patient experience. For more information on how your home exercise programs can help your business click here.

What can you do?

If your providers still need help to design exercise programs efficiently, you can direct them to our help page, where they can find our user tips videos, which will help them to create Home Exercise Programs in no time.

#2 RX Log-in

This number shows you how many patients actually logged on to your Exercise Programs.

Why is it important?

If there is a big discrepancy between the Rx you sent out and the ber of log-in, you might need to raise your patients’ awareness on why sticking to their home exercise programs is so important. If your patients are not doing what they are supposed to be doing, chances are high that they will not have optimal treatment outcomes, which can be a source of frustration for providers and patients as well.

What can you do?

Maybe it’s time to send a friendly reminder. Just click on the email address and write them a short note asking them if they need additional support to start their exercise program and maybe explain once again why exercise is so essential to their healing process.

You can also use one of our patient engagement resources for further motivation. Click HERE to download our handout that explains why Exercise is an important part of their treatment plan.

#3 Rx Engagement

This metric shows how many patients used the patient portal to provide you with feedback regarding sets, reps, pain levels, rate of perceived exertion.

Why is it important?

Studies have shown that tracking and feedback are critical factors for patient engagement and program compliance, which both lead to better treatment outcomes. Learn more about the importance of patient engagement on how you can improve it.

What can you do?

Ask your patients to provide you with feedback on how they are doing and let them know that you can track their log-ins, which will make them feel more accountable. You can also share our patient blog post on WebExercises Rx that will help them to understand why and how to use their home exercise program. 

Questions? Contact us at support@webexercises.com!

The WebExercises Story: Created by Clinicians for Clinicians
We understand the challenges that clinicians face on a daily basis: lack of patient engagement, high drop-out rates, time-crunched clinicians. We developed a solution for you and your patients that provides you with great clinical education, efficient and evidence-based exercise programming, and an engaging patient experience . To find out more how WebExercises can improve your practice call us 866-411-4825 or visit webexercises.com.

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David Cruz

Author David Cruz

Dr. David Cruz, DC practiced as a sports chiropractor in an medical orthopedic setting for 20 years treating athletic injuries, from weekend warriors to college athletes serving as the team chiropractor for Dominican University. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) as well as having both FMS and SFMA certifications. The combination of his background in sports medicine and interest in technology made him passionate about bringing these two worlds closer together, resulting in the foundation of his company WebExercises in 2005. WebExercises is used by health and fitness professionals to create, share and monitor patient exercise programs.

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