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Medical Scribe Spotlight: Sean Taxter Volunteers during Hurricane Harvey

November 21, 2017

As part of the healthcare community, all of us at ScribeConnect understand the heart to care for and serve others.  Especially as medical scribes, we also know the important role technology has played in advancing how healthcare is delivered. We were grateful and excited to hear about how one of our scribes took his passion […]

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ScribeConnect Heads to ACEP 2017

September 20, 2017

ScribeConnect Stays on Top of Advancements in Emergency Medicine Nationwide medical scribe services provider ScribeConnect heads to Washington, D.C. for the ACEP 2017 conference. The 4-day conference runs October 29-November 1. The ACEP 2017 conference brings together thousands of emergency medicine professionals from around the globe. ScribeConnect will exhibit this year. Attending will be CEO […]

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The Best Medical Scribe Programs Train Great Leaders

September 15, 2017

Monthly Leadership Training for Medical Scribe Program Managers ScribeConnect’s commitment to excellence in medical scribe programs includes monthly leadership training. The company’s regional and site managers gathered at the corporate office in Idyllwild, California in September to discuss education, training, and program management. They also discussed the recently expanded employee benefits programs. ScribeConnect provides medical […]

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ScribeConnect Attends ACEP 2016

October 02, 2016

ScribeConnect’s leadership team is in Las Vegas October 16-19 exhibiting at the premier annual event attended by thousands of emergency medicine professionals from around the globe.

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Taking the Next Big Leap: EHR Transitioning

October 01, 2016

In today’s healthcare setting, transition is in the air. As doctors and administrators face the challenge of electronic transitioning head-on, perhaps the best way to navigate these changes is to explore three basic questions: Why is change needed? What change is in order? How best can this change be accomplished?

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How We Arrive at Wrong and Right

September 01, 2016

Whether you are a physician trained to handle situations which constantly demand the highest ethical standards and emotional demands, or a patient or family member facing these decisions totally unprepared, there is a certain degree to which we are all in the same boat – how we arrive at the decisions we make.

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Semi-Annual Managers Team Meeting

August 27, 2016

ScribeConnect’s management team met in Santa Monica, California for its semi-annual gathering to discuss client services, scribe training and growth.

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The Surprising Enemy of Workplace Efficiency: Multitasking

August 01, 2016

In any workplace, from manufacturing to medicine, efficiency is key. Getting more done in less time leads to productivity, and productivity leads to a successful business. Entrepreneur and best-selling author Kevin Daum, in his article “8 Things Really Efficient People Do,” has one item prominently at the top of his list of recommendations for business leaders: “Stop multitasking.”

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Moving into the Unknown

July 01, 2016

There is an intrinsic aspect to the doctor-patient interaction: the unknown. The patient has come with questions, and very often fear, of the unknown…”What is going on in my body? How can you help me?” Meanwhile, the doctor faces the unknown diagnosis, as well as the unknown outcome…”What IS going on in your body? How will I treat it? Will the treatment work?” Both sides come into the relationship uncertain and yet desiring to unravel the mystery.

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The Importance of the Patient Perspective

June 01, 2016

Patients come to a doctor’s visit more often than not with preconceptions about what their symptoms mean, a list of multiple concerns which they want to address, and often a history of treatment for chronic illness. How can doctors meet patients’ expectations and involve them actively and effectively in their own care while still maintaining their authority as medical professionals? The key may be in appropriately factoring in the patient perspective.

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