The Warriors. The Front Line.
Your students are responsible for everything from basic patient documentation to saving lives. Nurses can be the heart of safe patient care, and they need to learn on the best electronic health record. While EHR Go is now in use by every healthcare discipline, we started with nursing – and we know what you need.
We Know Nursing
We developed our educational EHR with CNA, LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN, FNP and DNP students in mind, and have all the documentation and scenarios they’ll see in practice. Use in clinicals, clinical makeups, OSCEs, health assessment, simulation, lab – you name it. Robust content – and you have full control.
Real-World, Detailed Scenarios
EHR Go includes a huge variety of patient scenarios that students can interact with just like working professionals in the field. Or you can create your own. Our patient cases and academic EHR is leveled for your unique uses.
Mrs. Shriver is a 82-year-old female in your care today. This morning, she was brought to the hospital by EMS, and admitted for shortness of breath associated with her COPD. She has a long-standing history of COPD, hypertension and emphysema and lives alone at a retirement complex with no local family support available. During her hospitalization, the nursing team will need to conduct frequent respiratory assessments and provide ordered care to improve her level of oxygenation. You will learn about common respiratory medications and must be prepared to administer these medications and other ordered cares to help Mrs. Shriver breathe. During and after your care of Mrs. Shriver, you will need to be thorough in your electronic charting and care planning to improve her outcomes.
Review Mrs. Shriver’s EHR and prioritize your care. Record her vitals and your respiratory assessment findings. Determine which ordered medications Mrs. Shriver needs now and document the safe administration.