Minddistrict supplies and maintains the technical facilities so that eHealth can be used. Organizations set up their own platform according to their own needs (such as customizing module titles; creating own content, linking client data to an internal client ID, etc.). In addition, Minddistrict cannot view any client data. Modules (and other content), client and professional accounts have a unique, anonymized platform ID. In case of malfunction, bugs or other relevant issues, the service desk may ask for these ID's. You'll always find them in the URL.
Module ID (or other content)
Modules or other content, such as questionnaires, self-help training, diaries, etc. have a unique ID. You can find this ID when you search for the content in the catalogue and click on the title of the content.
You will then see an overview of the content. From this page, you can copy the URL. Here is the ID of the content.
Each client account in Minddistrict is given a unique, anonymized platform ID. Sometimes organizations use their own client ID, for example when there is a link to an external system. This ID is not suitable information that you send to Minddistrict.
The therapist is the person who has access to the data of his or her clients. The therapist can find the client ID in the URL when opening the client file.
The therapist will land on the client's dashboard. On this page, the URL can be copied.
Each professional account in Minddistrict is given a unique, anonymized platform ID. Sometimes organizations use their own professional ID. This ID is not suitable information that you send to Minddistrict.
You will find your own professional ID under 'Profile'. (Do you want to look up the ID of another professional? Then go to the tab 'Professionals' > Find the right person > Click on his or her file. On this page you can copy the URL.)
On this page, you can find your professional details. On this page, you can also copy the URL.