As we work with different medical facilities across the United States, we see that one of the most important issues is doctor and nurse burnout. Often, burnout is caused by the documentation burden in the EMR, which often forces physicians to take their work home and dictate late into the night on patient charts.
This brings us to the new subject of hiring a medical scribe, and what that looks like. The following are experiences that medical practices have regarding regular medical scribes:
Our Virtual M.D. Scribes have all graduated from a US-accredited medical schools, and have been practicing as family physicians in the Dominican Republic. Because our Virtual M.D. Scribes are medical professionals looking for full-time positions, turnover is almost nonexistent. Every Virtual M.D. Scribe we place has basically paid for themselves and has also increased the physician’s pay. Our Virtual M.D. Scribes are trained on your EMR, your physician’s documentation style, and are ready to work!
If you are ready to reduce your burnout and work with a medical professional, it’s time to get a Virtual M.D. Scribe.