I am a non-trad student wanting to apply in 2021 or 2022. I have been working with an EMR company for the last 3 years and my job consists of training physicians and admin and assisting in their go-live. I have been in countless clinics and been present for multiple go-lives. During a go-live I would assist the physicians on their day to day tasks and offer help when needed. This is not a traditional shadowing experience, but I feel like I have been exposed to many different specialties, environments and providers. Do you think an admission committee would view this as clinical experience?