Our simulations prepare people to lead real-life conversations that change lives.

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Patient-Provider Communication

How Hospitals Are Using Technology to Become More Patient-Centered

U.S. News and World Report features Kognito simulations in a survey of technological advancements helping hospitals provide patient-centered care.
Substance Use

Preparing Tomorrow’s Nurses to Fight Addiction

The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) uses Kognito’s SBI clinical training simulations to prepare nursing students to identify young people at risk of addiction during routine medical visits.
Proud to partner w/ Peer Assistance Services to launch the #OneDegree Campaign & change the conversation about alcohol and marijuana in CO.
Military Families/Veterans

Managing the Challenges to Post-Deployment Life

Kognito partnered with the NY/NJ VA Health Care Network (NY/NJ VA) to help veterans, service members, and military family and friends manage the challenges of adjusting to post-deployment life.
Mental Health, Suicide Prevention

MHA of Texas Leads the Way on Suicide Prevention Statewide

Since 2010, MHA of Texas has been a first-adopter of Kognito At-Risk simulations for PK-12 on behalf of its public schools and teacher training programs.
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Clients Include

  • California Community Colleges
  • Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
  • Thrive NYC
  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide