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About Medical Scribe

A medical scribe is an assistant to the physician who is responsible for documenting complete chart which begins with the History of the present illness, Past Medical & Surgical History, Family and Social History, Review of Systems, Physical Examination, Imaging & Lab, Diagnoses & Procedure Coding, Plan and E&M Coding. patients' family and medical histories, treatments, allergies, lab results and any information dictated to them or relevant to the patient's visit.

Medical Scribes are the future of an interactive industry. They are the American Physician’s support system. A scribe can work on-site (at a hospital or clinic) or remotely from a HIPAAsecure facility. Medical scribes who work at an off-site location are known as virtual medical scribes.

Virtual scribing allows the scriber to listen and transcribe the doctor-patient encounter, entering notes, CPT/ICD codes, eRx, and other relevant data directly into the patient’s chart; however, Virtual Scriber is not physically present during the examination. Doctor reviews the day’s charts with the Virtual Scribe via the secure VOIP connection, vocalizes any edits needed to the patient charts, and then signs of

Virtual Scribes support healthcare providers and their patients by learning medical documentation and using new technologies to create summaries of patient encounters documentation includes patient histories, exams, radiographic findings, assessments, and treatment plans. Virtual scribe helps in lessening that burden of the doctors so that they can concentrate more on the examination of the health seeker.

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Medical transcriptionists Vs Medical Scribes

Medical transcriptionists Vs Medical Scribes
Medical transcriptionists type every word that the doctor says during their dictation and prepare documents. The document prepared by them is almost verbatim.

Conversely, a medical scribe acts like the doctor's partner and helps them prepare essential medical records. Medical scribes gain clinical experience and are knowledgeable about medical terminology, human anatomy and physiology. A hospital may hire a medical scribe or a transcriptionist depending on the doctor's needs

What are the skills required as a medical scribe?

What are the skills required as a medical scribe?
  • Listening and comprehension:
    Medical scribes connect with doctors during a live patient visit over a video or audio call, although they meet in-person too, depending on the employer. Scribes are privy to sensitive information and medical records of patients. Therefore, they must quickly grasp and make notes from the conversation without an error.
  • Attention to Detail:
    Medical scribes need to have an eye for detail, as they are responsible for comprehending the physician's conversation and entering the details into the EHRs. Also, while preparing other clerical documents, scribes must be able to identify errors. It is important for them to be able to rectify any documentation mishaps or inform the doctors or supervisors about it.
  • Tech-Savvy:
    Since scribes may connect with doctors over a live video or audio call, it is crucial for them to understand and record information accurately by use of technical means. Especially after the pandemic, mode of operation has gone online for them as well. To be efficient, advanced typing and data entry skills are often helpful. Being able to efficiently navigate through a database to refer to a patient's medical history or any other information that the physician may need can help ensure a smooth interaction.
  • Knowledge of Medical Terms:
    Although scribes make notes based on what the doctor says, it is important for them to understand the doctor-patient interaction. They should also be able to comprehend the various jargon that a doctor may use when speaking with them. With sufficient knowledge of medical terms, chances of a medical scribe making a mistake in their work is drastically reduced.
  • Time management:
    Time management is a pivotal skill for Scribes, as they must be able to attend the patient meetings with the doctor, whether in-person or over a video or audio call. They often review the doctor's schedule to ensure their schedule matches.

Roles and Responsibilities of a Medical Scribe

Roles and Responsibilities of a Medical Scribe


Provide documentation coverage for a set of healthcare providers, which involves listening to audio recordings physician patient clinical interaction and leveraging technology to summarize medical facts in medical report form (History of Present Illness, Physical Exam, Results, Assessment & Plan).


Achieve proficiency in navigating EHRs and enter clinical reports and data directly into customer EHRs, adhering to specific clinic guidelines and workflows.


Maintain a high-quality standard and adhere to account-specific documentation which delineates documentation requirements for our customers


Collaborate with managers on feedback from providers and successfully resolve issues.

Career Progression and Trajectory

The career trajectory of a scribe can take different paths. They can earn promotions to become a Senior Scribe, a quality assurance specialist, trainer or a member of the management team.
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    Work with your assigned physician independently
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    Gain approval to work along side multiple physicians
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    Audit the work of scribes to ensure quality standards are maintained
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    Lead a team of scribes ensuring client SLA are met
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    Train and Mentor Trainee Scribes
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    Actively participate in day to day operations of the Organisation.

Training Plan

For Non Life Sciences Background Students 2 months training :
Interactive Classroom Training
Comprehensive Training on medical Terminology
Daily Doubts Clarification Sessions, Exclusive Time for Q&A
Weekly Mock Tests and Daily Assessments
Session on How to Succeed in Interviews and Mock Interviews.
Corporate Etiquettes and Best Practices Training.
3 Months Training for Graduates and Just 2 months Training for Science Background Students

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