Improve patient-provider communication, collaborative care, and health outcomes.
Kognito role-play simulations enable organizations to rapidly build the capacity of health professionals, consumers, and caregivers to lead real-life conversations that improve social, emotional, and physical health.
Our simulations can be quickly deployed and include features and services designed to reduce staff time needed for roll-out, driving user engagement.
Over 95% of our users recommend Kognito to their colleagues. By incorporating role-plays with virtual humans, our simulations provide instructionally superior experiences that result in measurable improvements.
Our simulations have been deployed by leading healthcare organizations, state/local agencies, and schools of health professions.
Our online client portal provides access to real-time usage tracking and analytics to gain insights into behavior change.
Organizations can purchase yearly subscriptions to one or more of our simulations or partner with us to develop a tailored simulation that addresses their unique needs.
Our simulations are research-proven and evidence-based. Several are also listed in SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices.
Chronic Disease, Patient-Provider Communication
Changing the Conversation on Childhood Obesity
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Institute for Healthy Childhood Weight partnered with Kognito to create Change Talk: Childhood Obesity™
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 ...
Patient-Provider Communication, Substance Use
Preparing Pediatricians to Talk with Teens about Performance Enhancing Substances
The American Academy of Pediatrics and Kognito partnered to address the use of appearance and performance-enhancing substances among youths.
Improving Patient-Physician Communications and the Appropriate Prescribing of Antibiotics
Kognito’s Primary Care Office Visit: Antibiotics clinical training simulation was developed with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Mental Health, Patient-Provider Communication, Substance Use
Using Role-play Conversations to Improve the Quality of Adolescent Mental Health Screening and Brief Intervention
The University of Maryland School of Medicine engaged with Kognito and other partners to adapt Kognito's research-proven At-Risk in Primary ...
Mental Health, Patient-Provider Communication
Harnessing the Power of Conversations with Virtual Humans to Change Health Behaviors
Kognito’s research about Harnessing the Power of Conversations with Virtual Humans to Change Health Behaviors published in mHealth.