Improve patient-provider communication, collaborative care, and health outcomes.
Kognito evidence-based role-play simulations enable organizations to rapidly build the capacity of health professionals, patients, and caregivers to lead real-life conversations that improve social, emotional, and physical health.
Each role-play scenario models a real-life clinical encounter, providing hands-on practice engaging with AI-powered virtual patients.
Self-Paced and Scalable
Our self-directed simulation practice is available on demand, can be accessed on mobile devices, and does not require a facilitator.
As each learner navigates the simulated clinical encounter, the decision pathway is tracked to provide a personalized completion report with tailored feedback for improvement.
Empirical studies show that Kognito simulations result in statistically significant improvements in knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior - 90% of users rate Kognito simulations as very good or excellent, and 92% would recommend them to colleagues.
Developed by Experts
Subject matter experts from leading health institutions help create realistic clinical encounters built on evidence-based best practices.
Kognito’s simulations can be integrated with the most common LMSs, and include features and services that reduce staff time, simplify deployment, and drive high user engagement.
University of Michigan School of Nursing
To equip the next generation of nurses, the University of Michigan is providing interactive, online curriculum to effectively build knowledge and skills around evidence-based SBIRT techniques.
Mental Health, Provider Communication Skills, Substance Use
Are Healthcare Professionals Ready to Address Patients’ Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders?
A National Survey of Physicians, Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners
Provider Communication Skills
Kognito Spotlight by NHA Allied Health
Discover how Kognito's interactive simulation technology is poised to be a transformative tool for training healthcare professionals in this new spotlight by the National Healthcareer Association.
Antoinette Schoenthaler, EdD, FAACH – Center for Healthful Behavior Change – NYU School of Medicine
Kognito – Conversation about Substance Use: 5 Things Doctors Should Not Tell Teens
Kognito SBI with Adolescent Simulation Featured in WGN Chicago Morning News
Kognito’s Simulations on Conducting Mental Health and Substance Use Screening and Brief Intervention
FOX Baltimore features Kognito’s SBIRT simulation used by Johns Hopkins Nursing School
NBC Baltimore features Kognito’s SBIRT simulation used by Johns Hopkins Nursing School
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