Beyond patient & health system use, electronic health record (EHR) systems have a valuable secondary use, educating the next generation of medical and health service students. A new learning platform, adapted from an EHR is enabling educators to present real cases to facilitate deeper understanding of population health, quality improvement, patient safety and social determinants of health.
Featuring more than 12,000 records with misidentified data—real patient information that has been altered so privacy is preserved—The Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform provides educators with realistic case presentations full of rich clinical data and safely enables students to virtually care for patients with multiple, complex health conditions by navigating records, documenting encounters, and placing orders within an application that is similar to the EHRs used in practice. For medical informatics students and educators, the true-to-life scenarios and simulated EHR environment provide unparalleled clinical context for managing and optimizing EHR performance to improve care delivery.


Chris Frederick (Presenter)
Regenstrief Institute

Blaine Takesue (Presenter)
Regenstrief Institute

Wendy Chapman (Presenter)
University of Utah

Damian Borbolla (Presenter)
University of Utah

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