Hiring a Virtual Scribe for Your Practice

Recent research published by the American Medical Association bears out provider complaints about the unnecessary stress related to EMRs and documentation. In 2016, the AMA, along with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Care System, identified EMRs as a primary pain point for doctors. AMA’s research found that 50 percent of doctors’ work days are consumed with EMR data entry; while only 27 percent of their time is spent on clinical care.

Independent research consistently shows that, before using a Virtual Scribe, a physician will struggle to see more than 20 patients per clinic day, while also completing EMR documentation. However, using a Virtual Scribe, a physician can increase a doctor's patient volume and revenues by up to 20%-40% – and without the need to type or point and click all clinic day, or afterwards, in the EMR.

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