What You Get with The Teaching EMR

The Teaching EMR was born on the campus of Indiana University Medical School. The team at Indiana University Medical School and also researchers at the Regenstrief Institute, Blaine Takesue, MD, John T Finnell, MD, Jon Duke, MD, and along with others like Deb...

Questions about the Teaching EMR?

If you are not familiar with the Regenstrief Institute or the Teaching EMR (tEMR), you might find these articles helpful at the following links. I’m the web software product manager for the Teaching EMR here at the Institute. Our team of clinicians, software...

Classroom Ready EMR/EHR

Ready for Class The tEMR is a unique learning tool designed to recreate clinical environments. These “care environments” include inpatient, outpatient and emergency department care settings. The system is intended to support an in-depth curriculum in...

Tired of Creating Patients?

Your role is to teach and to guide students toward clinical practice. Why then are you spending so much time and effort creating/synthesizing patients to use in your curriculum? Please don’t get me wrong. Content is extremely valuable to facilitate learning when...

Unique New Teaching EMR Community

A very warm “Welcome!” from the team here at the Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute. The power of connected networks, excellent search tools or good old-fashioned word-of-mouth has helped bring you to our Teaching EMR site today...