Touro University
PA Program

Aligning Standards

The Challenge

As Touro’s PA Program grew, it recognized the need for a better way to tracking where and how Medical Topics, Competencies and ARC Standards, were getting covered in their curriculum.

The Solution

Not only was Touro able to track curriculum alignments with eCurriculum, the program also began using ExamN and eClas to help centralize all of their testing and clinical experience information.

The Story

The program decided to implement eCurriculum, ExamN and eCLAS, with all three operational (with faculty training and implementation finished) in 90 days – an almost unheard-of timeline for implementing three enterprise-level systems.

The program soon had a centralized health science administration solution, allowing them to access and control their curriculum, testing, and experiential tracking, all in one place.

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Project Highlights


Improving Curriculum

eCurriculum allowed the PA Program to tie its curriculum to the ARC-PA standards, as well as a number of other standards they wanted to track, allowing them to run reports to find gaps and redundancies within their curriculum.  Combined with ExamN test performance analysis, they are also able to identify areas where students were struggling and make adjustments accordingly.

case log graph

Case Log Submission

eClas tracks students’ experiences at both internal and external clinical sites and allows them to easily log detailed information related to patient encounters and cases, time spent, procedures performed, competencies mastered, and more!

Moving Forward

After the successful implementation of eCurriculumeClas, and ExamN, Touro University decided to add eKeeper, eValuate, and eduSched to their implementation.

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In The Last 90 Days…


Case Logs Filed


Tests Taken


Evaluations Submitted


Rotations Scheduled

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