Some of these items may not appear depending on the assignment and the options set by your instructor.
This will show an outline of your score. This includes your DCE Score, Student Performance Index, Proficiency Level, and assignment details.
Here you will see a verbatim record of every interaction you had with the patient. This record includes questions asked, statements made, and actions/assessments performed. Each type of interaction is color codes so you can quickly assess the types of patient interactions that occurred during the exam.
At the top of the transcript, you'll see a ribbon indicating the frequency of each kind of interaction within the transcript. You can click on the type of interaction to filter out that kind of interaction. For example, filtering by Statements will show you the statement from the patient that triggered your empathetic or educational response.
At the top of this page, you will see a percentage score of how you did on Subjective Data Collection.
The Subjective Data Collection page is broken into 2 columns. The first column will show the scored items that our Subject Matter Experts identified as being essential components of a strong and thorough interview. The second column shows the bulleted Patient Data that you can uncover about each scored item.
The bold items are the ones that you unlocked. The grey items are available within the assignment, but you did not unlock them on this attempt.
You can hover over each bulleted item in Patient Data to view a Pro-Tip that explains the clinical significance of that finding. Additionally, you will see an example question that would unlock the finding.
At the top of this page, you will see a percentage score of how you did on Objective Data Collection.
The Objective Data Collection page contains the physical assessments you could have performed during this assessment. You are scored on the accuracy of their reported findings from the physical assessments. Each assessment is worth up to one point. You will receive a fraction of this point for each dimension of the assessment that was correctly reported. For instance, if there are three dimensions of a particular assessment, each dimension is worth 1/3 of a point.
Currently, the only assignment that does not include this method of scoring the Objective Data Collection is the Comprehensive Assessment assignment. In the Comprehensive Assessment, you earn points by performing the physical assessments. To ensure you receive proper credit for these items, you must ensure that the entire physical assessment has been completed - if you do not complete all parts of the physical assessment, you will not receive credit for the scored item.
This section is where you can see your score for the Education and Empathy opportunities. At the top of this section, you will see a key indicating the status of each opportunity. There are three possible statuses — Not Encountered, Not Followed Up, and Followed Up. You will earn a point for each opportunity that you encountered AND followed up on it during the interview. You must follow up within two interactions in order to receive the points.
Clicking on each opportunity will show a description of that opportunity, the lines in the transcript in which you encountered that opportunity, and a model educational or empathetic statement.
This section is where you can view your documentation. You have access to an EHR during the patient exam in which you can record your findings.
This section is where you can see your score for the Information Processing activity. At the top of this section, you will see a key as to how each item was graded.
Under the grading explanation, you will see a list of Relevant Diagnoses and how many points you earned for that diagnosis. Clicking on the diagnosis will expand that item, showing you the priority you selected, the evidence you selected, and your selection for Planning.
Here you will be able to review your responses to three pre-written journaling prompts. These prompts encourage you to consider the development of their clinical reasoning skills, as well as identify key lessons learned from the assignment. You will not see a grade for this activity from Shadow Health, but your instructors may choose to grade your responses.
This button will mark this attempt as Turned In, signaling to your instructor that it is ready to be graded. This button will not appear after the due date of an assignment, or if your instructor has set the assignment so that only the first attempt is marked as turned in.
This button will Reopen your attempt. While the attempt is In Progress, you will not be able to see the Results page. This button will not appear after the due date of the assignment, or if your instructor has chosen to not allow reopening for the assignment.
This button will open the Lab Pass for your attempt. The Lab Pass functions as a certificate of completion, showing your name, the assignment’s name, and the scores you achieved. This button will not appear if your instructor has chosen to not show the Lab Pass for the assignment.
This is the raw score you achieved on your attempt. The first number represents the amount of points you earned. The second number represents the total possible points in the assignment.
The Proficiency Level is a ranking method with three tiers that represent your DCE Score compared to your peers. There are three levels: Beginning, Developing, and Proficient.
These are your achieved scores for the different activities in the assignment.
This shows the Overall, Exam, and Post-Exam Timers. The Exam Time is time spent asking questions, performing actions, and documenting in the exam room. The Post-Exam time is time spent answering questions after the exam room. The Overall time is the combination of the other timers.
This displays your Digital Clinical Experience Score, which compares your attempt to the national average of attempts from other students in similar courses. The formula used to decide your DCE Score is NOT a flat curve, rather it is based on a standard deviation of results.