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ScribeAmerica's mission is to assist the physician by training scribes in how to intelligently share the provider's burden of data gathering and EMR documentation. In doing so, the physician's individual productivity and patient throughput increase, so that the goal of providing cost effective, quality medical care is achieved. 

We hope that each potential partnership is compelled to continue to grow with ScribeAmerica as, together, we revolutionize how patient medical records are documented.


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Emergency Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Outpatient Medicine

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Hospital Value-Based Payments: 2017 and Beyond - ScribeAmerica
“Value-based purchasing in Medicare continues to move ahead, improving healthcare for people with Medicare now and creating a healthcare system that will ensure better care, smarter spending, and healthier people for generations to come.”
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New Year, Same Old Provider Burnout? - ScribeAmerica
Physician burnout can’t be solved by a yoga class, telling physicians to take more time off and have “a better work/life balance,” or ignoring it. This year, let’s resolve to alleviate the systemic burdens that lead to physician burnout.
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Is It Time to Make Billing a Front-end Task? - ScribeAmerica
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5 Patient Satisfaction-Focused Ways to Maximize Outcomes - ScribeAmerica
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Fixing Gaps in Care: Broad Trends for Three Key Approaches - ScribeAmerica
These gaps can arise due to population factors such geography, socioeconomic status and ethnic background, but the result across the board is disparities in quality and quantity of treatment.
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5 High-Impact Tips to Maximize EHR Investment and Drive Radical Revenue Cycle Improvement - ScribeAmerica
Here’s a look at five ways to maximize EHR for everyone’s needs, to drive revenue cycle improvement and make the most of value-based care reimbursements.
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Where Do Hospitalists Fit in ACOs? - ScribeAmerica
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Lessons Physician ACOs Can Learn from Hospital ACOs - ScribeAmerica
We’ve covered the lessons hospitals can take from them — hospital ACOs, too, have much to offer. Here’s a look at three lessons physician ACOs can learn from these hospital-integrated structures.
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Patient Engagement: The Heart of Better Care - ScribeAmerica
Although it’s helpful to understand why patients sometimes don’t comply with prescribed medical advice, it’s even more importance to recognize that this might be intentional and done for valid reasons.
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3 Keys to Seamless Patient Handovers - ScribeAmerica
Overcoming obstacles to patient handovers — whether from the hospital to community, between hospital units, or from the emergency department (ED) to the inpatient setting — requires a patient-centered focus and efforts to personalize patient outcomes.
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Quality-Based Payments in 2017: Four Ways to Join In - ScribeAmerica
Depending on how soon — and to what degree — you want to join, HHS and CMS have provided four routes, in an effort to ease the transition and help practices with the uptake of big changes by letting them decide the pace that fits them best.
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ACOs: 4 Trends and Changes on the Horizon - ScribeAmerica
Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have been successful at lowering expenses below the cost benchmarks and in generating shared savings. Here are four impending and ongoing changes to current ACO regulations, and trends that will be instrumental in steering the ACO system of healthcare management.
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