For Physicians

How Do Scribes Help Physicians?

Scribes free up doctors from the tedious task of writing medical notes, by accurately and efficiently recording patient information in the electronic medical record in real time during the office visit. As a result, doctors are able up to see more patients and spend more time focused on their patients.

Why Do Physicians Need Scribes?

New regulatory reform and healthcare models require more detailed provider notes geared towards providing more accurate documentation. This has increased the administrative burden placed on providers during patient visits in order to satisfy a stringent list of coding compliance requirements. These apply to billing, insurance and governmental compliance, quality measures, ACO, AQC the list goes on.

Scribe Partners fulfills a growing need in the medical marketplace to help physicians complete their notes accurately in the electronic medical record (EMR) on time and cost-efficiently.

Scribe Partners helps doctors spend more time with patients and less time on the computer. Time saved can also result in a higher number of daily patient appointments, and more time for physicians to spend with their families and other activities.

Scribe Partners takes the stress out of electronic medical record keeping by training and placing ‘scribes’ in medical offices and Emergency Rooms.

Scribe Partners trains pre-med and medical (MD, NP, PA, RN) students about Patient Note Creation, Disease Management, HIPAA, Compliance, Etiquette, Coding, and Billing. As a result, these scribes are empowered to bring this expertise to assist physicians efficiently and cost-effectively.

Scribe Partners’ proprietary training program has one goal in mind: Provide competent, compatible, and patient-friendly scribes that will help free up time for the physicians.

Scribe Partners’s proprietary training program has one goal in mind: Provide competent, compatible, and patient-friendly scribes that will help free up time for the physicians.

The Scribe may also assist in recording the patient’s history, present disposition, lab results and other important information.