Go knows pharmacy
Go’s educational Electronic Health Record (EHR) and learning platform includes inpatient and community pharmacy with full labeling, realistic patient cases, and interprofessional education opportunities. With Go, you will encourage your students to see the holistic nature of pharmacy, while they become proficient in the technology of healthcare.
What do faculty say about Go? Review these case studies and white papers.
Go is for
Go’s illustrative cases range from simple to complex for every pharmacotherapeutic plan, chief complaint, comorbid condition, and clinical scenario possible. Assign cases as homework to promote critical thinking and hone documentation skills.
Faculty also use the cases for class discussions and Flipped Classroom case studies by providing students with discipline-relevant critical thinking questions along with the case. Students can learn to interpret documentation, review and verify orders, label prescriptions, and document notes in Go.
Develop clinical judgement skills
Go’s HIPAA-compliant Student Portfolio enables students to practice documentation on standardized and real patients for educational practice. Students have an unlimited supply of blank clinical charts and can revisit past charts to continue documentation.
Go makes simulation real and easy
Whether it’s for lab practice, OSCEs, or high fidelity simulation, all of Go’s patient cases can be used for simulation. Students can review data and place orders in real time. Faculty can introduce dynamic changes like new diagnostic results during the simulation. Classmates can work together or independently and faculty can review student work in your own LMS following the simulation.
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 document patient care and manage medications in a realistic EHR.
Students will become adept at using the technology as part of their patient care experience.
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 diverse and realistic 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 of our patients introduce vital healthcare concepts, lessons, and terminology in ways your students will connect with.
With a thorough review of a patient’s case in the Go EHR, students will build their understanding and find the information they need to care for, diagnose, and treat, while learning important documentation skills.
Teach students to focus on patients, not technology.
From the collection: In My Own Words, with audio interviews
Greg Knutson is a 50-year-old male with a history of bipolar disorder. He had back surgery about a week ago and has run out of his opioid pain medication. He came to the emergency department a short time ago, seeking more opioids. He then became violent when he was questioned by the nurse. A psychiatric consult was ordered and his live-in girlfriend was contacted.
Can your students help Greg?
Abu Sawwa is a 13-year-old female with a history of chromosome 6 terminal duplication, ADHD, seizure disorder, heteroptias hyperactivity, plagiocephaly developmental delay, and strabismus. She was last seen in the clinic five months ago and today she presents to the Pediatric Clinic for a scheduled follow-up. She needs an interval history and medication review.
Can your students help Abu?
Amy is a 51-year-old female with a history of depression who attempted suicide with the ingestion of pills. She self-administered 30 GM of acetaminophen and 50 MG of diphenhydramine about four hours ago.
A few hours after the pill ingestion, she regretted the overdose and brought herself to the Emergency Room for treatment. She was evaluated in the ED and has just been admitted to the ICU for observation and monitoring.
Can your students help Amy?
Go’s patient cases are realistic, diverse, and customizable. Find out how you can use Go in pharmacy education.Learn more
Inpatient, Community, and Pharmacotherapeutic Clinic locations for practice.
Full drug formulary, inpatient med orders, infusions, and prescription order fulfillment.
From teaching pathophysiology and basic patient care, to complex scenarios for care transitions and diagnostic reasoning – activities and scenarios for all levels.
Customizable, easy to edit and create patient scenarios and activities. Ready to meet all your EHR needs.