Through the proven success of our cutting edge Hospitalist Scribe Programs, our Hospitalist clients have achieved the following benefits: :
EHR scribes take the mundane health recording and clerical tasks off of your otherwise specialized staff members' hands so they can focus on their core competencies. When medical professionals are focused, they not only perform much better, they perform more efficiently. Revenues in your hospital can rise when doctors are able to see more patients during their shifts. When doctors and nurses are capable of serving more patients, your hospital does not need to keep as many medical professionals on staff, further reducing the overhead of the hospital. It is important to see the addition of a hospitalist scribe as a cost saver in the long run.
HCAHP is a concern for all medical professionals and the hospital itself. Many hospitals have ways of tracking the patients' perception of care and satisfaction, but adjusting to the realities of a national, standardized evaluation takes effort. Conforming to the HCAHP can be a bit of an adjustment to your highly trained medical professionals as well. To help them succeed at this, EHR scribes alleviate them of duties that are not directly linked to interacting with the patient, and the accuracy, detail, and timeliness of the medical documentation EHR scribes are capable of delivering day in and day out.
Aside from reducing your overhead costs by improving the patient to medical staff ratio, increasing revenue by being able to see more patients, and improving the hospital's reputation by allowing for better focus on HCAHP performance, your new hospitalist scribes will be helping with keeping track of lab work and radiology records so that they do not get lost or forgotten in the hustle and bustle of running a hospital. The timely management of these medical documents is vital to the effective care of patients, and ultimately will improve the bottom line as well. If you want your hospital to run like a well-oiled machine, ScribeAmerica has the EHR scribes you need to begin making the most of the resources you have.