On the front line of knowledge
Helping students build clinical decision-making skills in a simulated electronic health record environment.
Ready to use
Lippincott Docucare comes preset with over 150 patient records with included course-related learning activities. You can also build your own to add realism to the simulation scenarios.
Easy to Navigate
User-friendly navigation allows student to explore web-based patient charts at their own pace with tabbed navigation for access to the entire patient chart.
Create your own patient records or edit any of the pre-populated patient charts for further integration into your program.
Ideal Teaching Tool
Interact with students, track their progress, and focus your teaching strategy using class management and evaluation tools.
Lippincott DocuCare is the leading educational EHR training solution guaranteed to prepare students for the clinical demands of practice.
This innovative digital solution integrates over 150 patient scenarios with web-based academic Electronic Health Record (EHR) simulation software, allowing students to learn how to use an EHR in a safe, true-to-life setting, while enabling instructors to measure their progress.
Teach your students to think critically about documentation with Lippincott's DocuCare. With nurses at the heart of patient care, it’s important they not only have the technical competencies but also the critical thinking skills needed to provide safe, effective care. Lippincott DocuCare includes more than 200 assignable, true-to-life patient scenarios covering a wide range of diagnoses and demographics—from medical-surgical to mental health to maternal-pediatric and beyond—appropriate for all levels of nursing.
With Lippincott's DocuCare, your students will develop the competence and confidence they need to succeed in practice. This academic EHR solution has proven effective in a number of settings:
Lippincott's DocuCare, developed in collaboration between the Colleges of Nursing and Engineering at University of Tennessee, Knoxville, was built specifically for the academic setting by educators to achieve program learning objectives and prepare students for critical thinking and EHR use in practice.