University of Michigan Flint

“Students like the opportunity to see an EHR that is similar to what they will experience in clinic.”



Course NamePTP 630

Course description:
This course is part of our clinical education sequence that includes documentation and financial resources and billing along with other essential skills like communication, ethics, and professionalism.

Erica Sherman, PT, DPT, MBA, ADCE

What prompted you to begin using Go?

“We were looking for opportunities for our students to review and produce documentation in an applicable and authentic way. EHR Go gives us the capability to do this, without having to start each case from scratch or use old fashioned pen and paper.”


It was a relatively straightforward process. After watching the how to videos, most students take to this software with ease.

We use it across our clinical education series and carry it forward into our systems specific coursework. EHR Go was great for adding systems specific templates for our program in a quick and efficient manner.

What is the student experience using Go?

“Students like the opportunity to see an EHR that is similar to what they will experience in clinic. Reading other disciplines documentation is helpful and helps them learn to glean relevant info quickly and efficiently.”

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About the Institution

In a 1837 letter to family back east, Ann Arbor resident Sarah C. Miles Case wrote, “A branch of the Michigan University at Ann Arbor is to be established in Flint at some future day.”

That day turned out to be September 23rd 1956, nearly 120 years after Sarah penned the first recorded mention of a University of Michigan-Flint campus. On that autumn morning, 167 students began their first day at Flint Senior College (located where Mott Community College is today) with Dean David French as the first leader of the campus.

Owing to the vision, generosity, and leadership of community and state leaders such as Charles Stewart Mott, Governor George Romney and other leaders in Flint and Ann Arbor, the school continued to evolve and adapt in accordance with the needs of the community it was established to serve.

College of Health Sciences:
The College of Health Sciences (CHS) at the University of Michigan-Flint is for students who are pursuing careers as healthcare professionals in the diverse fields of physical and occupational therapy, public health, healthcare management and other related fields.


  • Real-world skills 


I appreciate being able to have the students document in a way that feels real to what they will be doing in clinical practice!


Case study submitted August, 2021

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