Provider examples - introductory video for clients
Some providers will incorporate an introductory video that clients receive when they first sign up with them through the online portal. These videos are customized to the specific needs of your business, and showcase how you plan to engage with clients on the platform.
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How to add your Welcome Video to Healthie
Within Healthie, we recommend that you first embed your video into a form, and then add that form to your intake flow. This will allow you to automatically share your video with new clients as they onboard. Learn more about client onboarding here.
1. Create a new "form"
While forms generally refer to electronic forms that you or your clients can complete, you can also leverage Healthie's Form Builder in creative ways - like to electronically introduce your business to new clients.
Navigate to Forms > Form Builder > Click the "Create Form" button
Title your form ie. "Welcome Video"
2. Embed your video within your new form
From the Question Banks drop-down, select "Video" > a video field will appear.
Drag this field to the right, and drop it into your form.
Click "EDIT" at the right of your field.
Paste the URL link for your video. You cannot upload the video file directly, you must first upload it to a video hosting platform (Vimeo, Loom, Youtube) and copy the sharing URL link.
3. Add your welcome video "form" to your intake flow
Once created, you can add this form to your intake flow(s) and clients will see it when they first access Healthie. Rearrange the order of your forms so your welcome video displays first (if you prefer).
Preview your intake flow if you'd like to review your new client's experience (click the "Preview" button on the top right).
Provider examples: Introduction Video to Healthie
- Please view this video for how provider Jennifer Woodward introduces her clients to Healthie: Introduction Video to Healthie
- Please view this video for how Turuki Health Care introduces access to their online Program: Introduction Video to Healthie