The field of medicine is changing, and so are learning methods. Medical educators are being called on to teach and quickly prepare students for clinical practice with new formats and tools that enhance learning. Many schools are revisiting their current curriculum and looking at changes to their four-year medical education programs. The centuries-old large lecture-based classrooms are being replaced. Now more collaborative, team-based, and technology-enhanced learning environments that simulate clinical practice for shorter periods of time are replacing traditional medical classes. The team at the Regenstrief Institute is thrilled to be part of that change. We are partnering with forward-thinking organizations like the American Medical Association to help accelerate the change by building software solutions that promote clinical learning on Day 1.