A series of structured activities available exclusively within EHR Go.
Designed to help your students learn to critically evaluate patient health status, Go Interactive structured activities feature the compelling and diverse patient cases you expect from Go.
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With introductory and advanced options, each Simulated Health Assessment patient includes a bank of questions and pre-loaded audio responses for a realistic data gathering experience.
As your students work their way through the interview questions, they will develop clinical judgement, critical thinking, and communication skills and practice documentation, all within EHR Go.
No more switching between platforms or dealing with clunky avatars. Go’s realistic, interactive patient cases are built around the human stories healthcare professionals see every day, housed in an easy-to-use, educational EHR. Just like in practice.
EHR Go is an educational electronic health record and learning platform, interactive and customizable, for IPE and discipline-specific real-world practice.
Go Interactive: Simulated Health Assessment
Cases come with a bank of questions and answers for interviewing the patient and gathering data for documentation with Go’s educational EHR.
Try it out with a small sampling from a few of our newest cases.
Cadence is a 65-year-old Black female with a 20-year history of type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and stage 4 chronic kidney disease. She is having trouble affording her prescriptions and has declined home dialysis. Cadence will tell you all about it, if you ask the right questions.
What kind of trouble were you having that led your doctor to refer you here?
You were diagnosed with stage 5 kidney disease three years ago, but you’ve refused home dialysis. Could you tell me more about that?
Tell me about your family. How is their health?
Have you had any recent illness, fevers, unintended weight changes, fatigue, or changes in your general health?
Michael is a 23-year-old male who has a history of alcoholism. He has been drinking heavily since his father’s sudden death six months ago. His mother brought him to the Valley View inpatient crisis center after he developed symptoms including shaking, vomiting, and nervousness when he suddenly quit drinking yesterday.
Tell me about the events leading up to your admission here.
Are you currently experiencing pain?
What kinds of foods do you eat on most days?
How are your relationships with your immediate family members? Tell me about your current friendships. Are you currently a part of any groups or clubs?
Go Interactive: Simulated Health Assessment is available to all EHR Go users. If you currently use Go and have questions, click here.