With ScribeEMR, you get to focus on your patient while we focus on quality EMR data entry!
Real-time clinical documentation reduces administrative burden and clinician burn-out.
While EMRs have become an important tool, the administrative burden has become an issue. In fact, a recently published study showed that
for every hour clinicians spend with a patient, they add nearly TWO ADDITIONAL HOURS of EMR and desk time, resulting in:
Loss of revenue for the clinician – fewer patient visits and more down coding
Reduced quality of the patient encounter
With ScribeEMR, each clinician is individually paired with a dedicated, remote scribe who listens to each encounter and enters the encounter narrative into your EMR in real-time.
This simple reduction in administrative duties increases both the patient experience and chart quality:
More patients seen
Better chart quality
Improved Patient Interactions
Reduced Administrative Duties
Our services can help you capture more revenue, improve your patient interactions, and reduce clinician burnout.
Real-time EMR data entry per patient
Preparation of ePrescription pages
Preparation of Discharge documents
Other administrative duties
What Makes Us Different
Doctors have a myriad of solutions to help them with charting, but none are as simple or effective as ScribeEMR.
With our services, there is:
No new technology to purchase or learn
No increase in office headcount
Dedicated, expert scribes who work one-on-one with the clinician
Better chart quality and less clinician time on keyboard
No enterprise-wide service agreements – ScribeEMR can work with clinicians on an individual preference throughout a practice.
You only pay for what you use
Additionally, our scribes receive extensive training in all aspects of clinical documentation, medical coding and billing and in all EMR systems. This makes them a highly effective extension of your clinical documentation solution.
Cinsky et al. Allocation of Physician Time in Ambulatory Practice:
A Time and Motion Study
in 4 Specialties accessed October 2017