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Medical Scribes in an Academic Dermatology Practice




Research conducted at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital tests the effectiveness of medical scribes in a dermatology setting. Physician average time spent on EHR work was cut in half, from an average of 6.1 minutes to 3.0 minutes when scribes were utilized. The full study was published in JAMA Dermatology.

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The Use of Medical Scribes in Health Care Settings: A Systematic Review and Future Directions




Electronic health records (EHRs) hold promise to improve productivity, quality, and outcomes; however, using EHRs can be cumbersome, disruptive to workflow, and off-putting to patients and clinicians.

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A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Medical Scribes and Electronic Medical Record System in an Academic Urology Clinic





A medical scribe system in the example of an academic urology clinic setting could increase patient flow and decrease the burden on medical providers by reducing computer charting.

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5 Ways to Improve Physician Satisfaction



Shifting from a physician-centered work distribution model to a shared-care model can lead to improved physician satisfaction and greater "joy in practice.

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Scribes in ambulatory practice improve patient and physician satisfaction



The increasing use of electronic medical records during the clinical encounter brings not only benefits but also barriers that may affect the doctor-patient relationship.

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AAOS - Benefits of a Medical Scribe



Scribes have been used to document and record events for thousands of years. In modern medicine, the scribe's function is to accompany the physician during a patient examination.

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ACP Internist- Scribes: A write way and a wrong way



Even after Sandra Kamnetz, MD, became comfortable with using an electronic health record (EHR) in her family medicine practice.

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Medical Office Manager



In an effort to focus more on patient care and less on the clerical aspects of the job, physicians are increasingly turning to medical scribes. If you're not familiar with the term "medical scribe," you'll definitely want to read on.

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