Archetype is the creator of EHR Go, an educational electronic health record (EHR) and learning platform built to encourage students to see the holistic nature of healthcare while becoming proficient in its technology.
FREMONT, CA: Carrus, one of the nation's most trusted online healthcare training and professional development providers, has declared it has completed the acquisition of Archetype Innovations (Archetype), adding the company's innovative EHR Go platform to its offerings. The new addition supports Carrus' existing offerings with a web-based, comprehensive electronic health record training software and opens new channels to provide education across nursing, pharmacy, informatics, therapy, and other critical allied health professions.
"Today's healthcare learners need meaningful experiences that help them focus on patient needs and outcomes, and including Go's educational EHR with our training will help learners prepare through diverse, customizable, real-world scenarios," stated Misty Frost, CEO of Carrus. "People come to us to help them improve their lives and advance their careers through exceptional healthcare learning, and incorporating new EHR capabilities into our programs helps us deliver on that mission."
Archetype is the creator of EHR Go, an educational electronic health record (EHR) and learning platform built to encourage students to see the holistic nature of healthcare while becoming proficient in its technology. The platform includes more than 600 customizable patient cases and activities built around the realistic and diverse human stories healthcare professionals see every day. Utilized in all healthcare disciplines, EHR Go is completely interprofessional and can be utilized both within and between programs, in simulation, classroom, practice, lab, or for clinical.
"We founded the company in 2008 with the goal to create an affordable, educational tool that would bring a human-centered approach to the heart of the technology," stated Kathleen Annala, CEO & President of Archetype Innovations. "Now, with 657 electronic health records, 428 assessments, thousands of learning resources, and nearly 244,000 learners, we are proud to join Carrus and continue to provide the best educational EHR experience possible."