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AMA’s Christine Sinsky, MD, Explains EHR’s Contribution to Physician Burnout



Half of U.S. physicians are experiencing some of the symptoms of burnout, with even higher rates for general internists.

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The Economic Impact of Medical Scribes in Hospitals



A study conducted from 2012 to 2014 evaluating the use of medical scribes in hospitals found that they save money and facilitate better physician/patient communication.

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The Hospitalist- Innovative Use of Scribes in the Inpatient Setting



Over the past couple of decades, the ever increasing medical legal, financial, and patient safety demands have led to a mushrooming of the amount of documentation needed during patient care.

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AHIMA- Rounding with Scribes



Using scribes to document patient encounters for physicians offers both benefits and challenges.

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Time-motion studies pinpoint where hospitalists could save time



YOU KNOW YOUR DAY is a nonstop stream of interruptions, pages and patient questions, with endless rounds of orders and documentation.

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Scribes: the solution for too much paperwork The use of scribes helps boost hospitalists productivity



Improved efficiency, discharge summaries, off set staffing costs and greater provider and patient satisfaction were all seen with the use of medical scribes in a Hospitalist setting.

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