Your custom patient scenario initially carries the details of it’s parent patient scenario (the scenario you copied to create your own patient template).
As such, it inherits the patient file belonging to its parent patient. But you can always change this file to a patient file of your making.
To personalize the file , open your patient from under the "Patients" tab and go to the "Resources" tab. Then open the “Patient File” section.
Use Google™ Docs to create this document with the following steps:
Start creating a new document by clicking on the “Create New Patient File” hyperlink. If no such hyperlink is visible, clear the edit link box.
Using google docs, edit that document the way you like it. Then click Share at the top right corner.
In the pop-up window, click on “Get shareable link".
When offered, change your share preferences from “Anyone with the link can view” to “Anyone with the link can edit”
Next copy the link to your document, click on “Done” and close the Google™ document.
Now go back to the tab with ALEX’s online application and paste the previously copied link into the “Google™ Docs edit link” field.
Then click on the hyperlink icon (arrow) appearing in the far right side of the pasted link. This will open up your Google™ document patient file again.
Here, go to the "File" menu point of your Google™ document and select "Publish to the web".
In the pop-up window, click on “Publish”, then hit “OK”.
Copy the link appearing in the next pop-up window.
Then return to the tab with ALEX’s online application and paste the previously copied link into the “Google™ Docs publish link” box.
Finally hit “OK” to save your changes.
That’s not all, you can provide additional information for your patient, even if it’s not included in the patient file. Learn about how to add background information to your patient here.