What is a medical scribe anyway?
A Medical Scribe is a person that assists a physician with documentation of
patients’ charts. Scribes accompany physicians with seeing patients in order
to record each patient’s history, review of systems, and the physical
examination performed by the physician. Scribes also keep track of
laboratory tests, medications, and radiology tests ordered by the physician
and enter the results into the EHR once they are completed.
Physicians benefits to having a scribe include increased efficiency and
decreased paperwork allowing physicians to see more patients. They have more
complete and accurate charting. Also, this gives them more time to spend on
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Here’s a great video that talks about scribes:
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