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Go knows medical office

Go’s educational Electronic Health Record (EHR) and learning platform includes a huge variety of detailed activities and patient scenarios perfect for medical office, assisting, and receptionist, billing/coding, and insurance students.

Use our realistic, customizable content for teaching the entire clinical encounter, from patient scheduling to check-in, rooming, documentation, and provider communication, to insurance and billing.

What do faculty say about Go? Review these case studies and white papers.

Go is for

Hands-on activities for practicing key skills

Assign activities from the Go medical office library for hands-on practice of the full medical encounter. Realistic experience with engaging patients and activities in an easy-to-use and maintenance-free educational EHR makes Go perfect for the classroom and homework.


Go includes a huge variety of real-world activities to meet Medical Office competencies.

Our robust activity list includes the estimated time for completion. Just assign the activities and students submit their work in your own LMS – it’s all web-based and accessed from anywhere.

Realistic EHR experience included

The Go educational Electronic Health Record (EHR) closely resembles popular EHRs like Epic® and Cerner®. The Go EHR enables students to practice patient registration and insurance, do medical math, post payments and much more.

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Great content for Medical OfficeLet us tell you a story

It’s no secret that people learn and retain best through the power of story. Throughout history, humans have used stories to educate, inform, and pass on important lessons.

Story-learning sticks. It moves us and helps bring meaning, depth, and compassion to otherwise static information.

Our realistic activities and patient cases bring the power of story to healthcare education and reinforce human-centered use of technology. Built to be as multifaceted as the individuals they represent, the stories and activities introduce vital healthcare concepts, lessons, and terminology in ways your students will connect with.

With Go, students will build their understanding and find the information they need, while learning important documentation skills.

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Brenda Johnson presents at the Central Clinic as a new, walk-in patient with dysuria, fatigue, and nausea.

Your students will be responsible for:

  • Completing the development of the patient chart
  • Patient registration
  • Documenting care
  • Medication administration
  • Processing prescription orders
  • Coding
  • Filing the claims
Fabiola Hantus young female patient

Fabiola Hantus is a 19-year-old Haitian who came to the U.S. via a “sponsor” in exchange for domestic work. Fabiola’s employer brings her to the clinic today for the treatment of a burn. Fabiola seems frightened and something feels “off” about the visit.

With a thorough review of her case in the Go EHR, students will find she is a victim of human trafficking and needs immediate and long-term help.

Do your students know what to do in this situation?

  • Students will learn the signs of trafficking and what to do if they suspect a patient is a victim of this wide-spread human crime.
Terrell Davis elderly male patient

Terrell Davis is a 73-year-old male and regular patient at the Central Clinic. He suffers from multiple chronic conditions, including Alzheimer’s dementia. Today he arrives for his appointment very agitated and confused.

Do your students know how to handle agitated or confused patients?

Go’s activities and patient cases are realistic, diverse, and customizable. Find out how you can use Go in healthcare education.

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Use anywhere

Go is web-based, with no software to update or maintain, and can be used in any learning environment.

Entire encounter

Medical office management for the whole encounter, from patient scheduling to check-in, rooming, documentation, and provider communication, to insurance and billing.

Detailed activities

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ICD-10 coding and billing activities, with current answer keys.

Flexible use

Go can be paired with your current textbooks, or you can use our activities and scenarios on their own.

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