As part of our community of over 25,000 scribes and care team assistants, you see firsthand how we’re helping providers deliver better “top of license” care to their patients, reduce burnout, and help care teams run more efficiently. We’re proud of the meaningful impact we’ve made in the healthcare industry. Over the years, we’ve had the opportunity to share about our work on Capitol Hill. We wanted to share four quick stories of some of the work we’ve done on the Hill, and how these opportunities may further improve the delivery of care.
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I have dedicated many years of my life to studying and teaching provider burnout and how scribes can help to fight it. However, I could not have done it without the help of my own teachers. Today, I present to you a mere glimpse into the knowledge that I have been given:
Navigating an EMR can be challenging, especially for a new scribe. With a fair amount of training and lots of practice, mastering your EMR is entirely possible and will not only make scribing a breeze, it will also help you throughout your healthcare career.
Being a scribe can be a tough job. It is demanding work that requires extensive training and knowledge of hundreds if not thousands of medical terms. However, there is much more to learn from scribing than just medical terminology. Here are five lifelong skills you can learn from being a scribe.
As a follow up to our earlier post, 7 Hysterically Absurd ICD-10 Codes, here are 7 even more hysterically absurd ICD-10 codes:
After many delays, the US healthcare system made the switch to the new ICD-10 coding system. There are 68,000 billing codes under the new ICD-10 system, as opposed to a meager 13,000 under the old ICD-9. However, a few of these new codes might leave you scratching your head…
The future looks bright for Generation Z! Gen Z, for short, consist of those born between 1990 and 1999. This generation makes up 30% of the U.S. population, the largest percentage, contributes $44 billion to the American economy, and in the next few years, they’ll make up 20% of the workforce. When asked to name the industries Gen Zers are most interested in, technology-related professions were most popular (45%), and healthcare ranked a few spots behind at 14%.