AMA Congratulates IU Medical Students

AMA News Release (05/11/18)

The American Medical Association's (AMA) Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium has enabled the Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine to work with leading medical schools over the last five years to develop innovative curricula now being shared nationwide. As a founding member of the consortium, the IU School of Medicine was awarded a $1 million AMA grant in 2013 to work with the Regenstrief Institute to develop a way to incorporate electronic health record (EHR) training into its curriculum so it could be implemented by other medical schools. The IU School of Medicine's 2018 graduating class is the first in the nation to use the Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform throughout their training. The platform uses real, de-, and mis-identified patient data to safely allow students to virtually care for patients with multiple, complex health conditions. Students can navigate records, document encounters, and place orders within an application that is similar to the EHRs currently used in practice. The platform is now in use at seven other medical and health professions schools in the United States, providing training to more than 3,000 learners.

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