Blog

MIPS Scoring Methodology: What you need to know

In 2014, Congress made significant changes to Medicare with the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). MACRA repealed the reimbursement formula, Medicare Part B Sustainable Growth Rate… Read More

The Medical Scribe Onboarding Process

If you are considering implementing a medical scribe program, you will want to know how the process, training and timeline will work. Based on your organization’s size and goals, we… Read More

Medical Scribing: The general flow of an office visit.

Last week, we shadowed one of our medical scribes, Christina, and reviewed our specialty medical scribe training process. This week, she shares with us the general flow of the office… Read More

How Scribekick’s Medical Scribes are Trained

Medical scribes receive customized training to ensure the most effective assistance for the physician.   Recruiting Scribekick’s training process begins at the recruiting stage. We recruit medical scribes from America’s… Read More

How to Justify the Cost of Medical Scribes to Your Administrator

We know it’s not always up to you alone to make the decision to bring efficiency into your practice and hire a medical scribe.  You may need to justify the cost… Read More

Eight Things to Consider in Choosing the Best Medical Scribe Company

The documentation and regulatory stress doctors experience using Electronic Health Records has led to the rapid growth of the medical scribe industry. It stands to reason, you want to find… Read More

Seven Essentials of a Productive Physician – Medical Scribe Relationship

Technology, a double edged sword, can make life more efficient by delivering information to us instantaneously but is not without it’s negative side. The introduction of EHRs/EMRs has meant more… Read More

How Medical Scribes Help Physicians

Today’s post is written by one of our medical scribes, Andrew Garrigue. As I turn into the hospital entrance early on a Sunday morning, the parking lot will be my… Read More

The Effects of a Potential ACA Repeal on Hospitals

While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal seems less likely, it’s still a possibility and this uncertain situation leaves health system administrators and physicians to wonder what will happen in… Read More

How Medical Scribes Ease the Administrative Burden of EMRs

Emergency Medical Records (EMR) allow a practice to accurately track data, easily identify the needs of existing patients, and monitor a patient’s reaction to treatments. Their ability to help improve… Read More

%d bloggers like this: