Increased documentation requirements have more providers looking to medical scribes to bridge the communication from the patient encounter to EHR. A scribe can be incredibly beneficial for expediting workflow, safeguarding compliance, and improving patient satisfaction.
More practices are employing medical scribes to assist physicians with clerical and information technology tasks. In this session, Pam Joslin will examine this new role, Instructor will define the role of the scribe and outline the essential qualifications. Strategies for proper training and utilization will be discussed to ensure the medical scribe increases the efficiency and the productivity of the physicians they support. Recording date: 6/9/16
MM, CMC, CMIS, CMOM, CMCO, CMCA-E/M, CEMA
Pam has more than 20 years of medical practice management, coding, reimbursement and compliance experience. She has managed in medical practices ranging from single to multi-specialty groups, including ASC. She is an advocate of process improvement and maximizing and empowering your employees to bring about the "best practice" results for your organization. She received her Master's in Management from University of Phoenix. She maintains memberships in professional organizations to support her continuing cycle of learning in the ever-changing healthcare industry. Prior to joining the PMI Instructor team she was an Adjunct Instructor and served on three advisory boards at a community college in San Antonio.
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