How do I request for new content for EHR Go’s content library? (Officially published, versus my own custom content.)

Our extensive content library continues to grow from your ideas and requests. Our editorial team is authoring new content year-round and we encourage faculty to submit content requests or even entire scenarios to our editorial team for publication consideration.

Our process for professionally publishing custom content is now a rolling submission and publication process. We will accept any content, case and/or documentation note templates for publication consideration at any time. Content submitted for publication will be reviewed and a determination will be made by the first Monday of the following month and, if selected for publication, will be published by the first of the following month. A limited number of publication-appropriate cases and documentation notes will be selected for publication each month, depending on content received.

EHR Go editorial reviewers are looking for quality content that is medically accurate, unique to the EHR Go content library and includes diversity, and interprofessional educational value. If cases and documentation notes aren’t selected for publication, this is typically because EHR Go already contains similar published cases or documentation notes or the submitted case or documentation note is incomplete or inaccurate. Click here to download the patient chart submission form, and here to download the documentation note submission form.