In our experience working with high school health science teachers, we've learned that it can be difficult to give your students practice working with electronic health record (EHR) systems.
Your students need to learn the basics, but it's not always feasible to provide that opportunity in your classroom.
Because of the challenges you've shared with us, AES developed the EHR Simulation module so your students can learn to complete real-world EHR tasks in a safe environment - without an additional cost for you!
The EHR Simulation module provides a basic introduction to EHR systems through hands-on experience using an EHR simulation. The simulation is based on common, real-life scenarios students may encounter as medical assistants. The scenarios cover both front office and clinical tasks.
In total, the EHR Simulation module contains four units:
To see the full details, view the EHR Simulation module catalog page.
The EHR Simulation module can be a great addition for many high school health science classes, though it may not be the best fit for everyone.
To help you determine if the EHR Simulation module is right for your students, we put together an article that dives into the details.
Learn more here: Is the EHR Simulation Module Right for My Health Science Classes?
The EHR Simulation module is located in the Healthcare Foundations section of the curriculum.
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