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03Aug2016

NURSING NOTES – Advances in Simulation Technology Improve Learning

View NURSING NOTES ARTICLE The words “nursing school” can invoke mental images of textbooks, lecture halls, heavily highlighted class notes, late night study sessions and shiny new stethoscopes. An integral part of the modern nursing classroom, however, is the use of simulation technology to teach nursing skills. No longer static anatomy models or whole-body mannequins, simulation
  • 3 Aug, 2016
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08Jul2016

View Kellogg Magazine Physician, heal thyself CRAIG KNOCHE ’89 (EMP-19) DEVELOPED I-HUMAN PATIENTS TO HELP MEDICAL STUDENTS SHARPEN THEIR DIAGNOSTIC SKILLS When Craig Knoche was diagnosed with cancer 20 years ago, he didn’t go through the classic stages of denial and grief. “I decided to completely reorient my life,” Knoche said. So he left his job
  • 8 Jul, 2016
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01Jun2016

i–Human Patients Announces Library of High Fidelity Cardiac Auscultation Sounds

SUNNYVALE, Calif.—May 31, 2016 – i–Human Patients, Inc. (IHP), a technology company for the health care professional development and assessment market, today announced the June 6 availability of approximately 300 high–fidelity cardiac auscultation sounds and phonocardiograms. With this addition, IHP seeks to improve the practice of cardiac auscultation, patient assessment, and diagnostic reasoning skills. These
  • 1 Jun, 2016
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23May2016

Anne Knoche: Developing a better virtual diagnosis method

Read more about Anne on Brown Alumni University Magazine Anne Knoche, VP of Product Management It was a wilderness medicine class that planted the seed for her high-tech startup, i-Human Patients, which provides online learning for healthcare providers. Her computer expertise also came about in a slightly unusual way. At Brown, Knoche was a history major.
  • 23 May, 2016
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23May2016

The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2016: i-Human Patients, Sunnyvale, California

i-Human Patients, Inc. is a cloud-based e-learning company that is focused on rapidly developing and evaluating critical cognitive competencies in healthcare students and practitioners. Its main value proposition is that it simulates encounters with patients in order to teach users how to quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively assess and diagnose patients. i-Human Patients was founded by
  • 23 May, 2016
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13Oct2015

USA College of Nursing Using Virtual Patients

By Devon Walsh, WKRG News 5, Mobile, AL See full story on WKRG or watch the video here! The USA College of Nursing is using new technology to make learning more interactive for students. They are the first graduate program in the state to use a computer program called, “i-Human.” I-Human provides virtual patients for students
  • 13 Oct, 2015
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21Sep2015

How online education helps the U.S. meet growing demand for better health care

Read on Learning Solutions Magazine (Free Registration) Health care in America is at a crossroads: An aging population and an influx of Americans now receiving coverage through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are demanding more from the health care system. The more than 75 million baby boomers will need more medical attention as they age,
  • 21 Sep, 2015
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14Sep2015

i-Human Patients Platform Expands to 58 U.S. and International Health Care Professional Institutions

  i-Human Patients Platform Expands to 58 U.S. and International Health Care Professional Institutions More than 10,000 students will be using i-Human to hone their diagnostic reasoning skills by the end of 2015 September 14, 2015 11:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–i-Human Patients, Inc. (IHP) has expanded its virtual patient learning platform into
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10Aug2015

Learn how Rosalind Franklin University uses i-Human Patients

“Virtual simulation gives RFUMS students the ability to test a hypothesis without threatening patient safety. Still, these simulations hold students accountable for their decisions, and the software can pinpoint mistakes to provide feedback in meaningful learning. Many graduates of the school’s MD and PA programs have cited their virtual simulation experiences at RFUMS as beneficial
  • 10 Aug, 2015
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