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#ScribeStories: Alec Jackson
Alec Jackson, chief scribe, shares his experience working with ScribeAmerica.
Insights from an ICU Nurse
Emilie Maxie, Travel Nurse and Scribe Alumna, shares insights from her own healthcare career path to help prepare you for your own journey ahead.
Adopting a Highway through Community Cleanup
Q&A: Samantha Benasutti
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A Day in the Life of a Hospitalist Scribe
As a Hospitalist Scribe, you have a chance to see and help every variety of patient, frequently at the best and worst moments in their life.
Q&A: Nicole Lewis, Scribe Alum
We asked Nicole Lewis, scribe alum, about her experience working with ScribeAmerica:
#ScribeStories: Fall 2021 Roundup
Keeping Focused on Your "WHY"
After feeling burned out from 8 months of PA school my first year, I seriously considered quitting medicine. I didn’t think I was suited to work as a Physician Assistant and honestly I didn’t think I ...
The Scribing Scripture
Providers often rely on scribes to increase the quality and efficiency of patient care; decrease wait times, consequently improving patient satisfaction; and decrease physician burnout, especially at ...
How to Use Scribing to Propel Your Life Plans
Clinical hours are an unspoken requirement for most healthcare school applications…. but how do you choose the right way to earn those hours? Making your application stand out in a pool of applicants ...
Ringing In the New Year from the Emergency Department
Emergencies never take a day off, even holidays, so while working as a medical scribe, there was always a need for someone on the team to be the providers support.