I see there's a role for a scribe in the ER! Does anyone have any previous experience with PhysAssist Scribes who can talk more about it?

I see there's a role for a scribe in the ER! Does anyone have any previous experience with PhysAssist Scribes who can talk more about it?
2018-08-09T16:20:32Z 1
2018-08-09T16:20:32Z

Former ER Medical Scribe at PhysAssist Scribes, Inc.

over 1 year ago
An ER Medical scribe works in an Emergency Department alongside a medical provider. Scribes are responsible for documenting the patient's care from start to finish, including the patient history, physical exam, diagnostic and imaging results, consults, procedures, patient education, and more. A benefit of scribing is being able to learn the medical terminology as well as observe medical providers practice medicine and perform life-saving procedures on a daily basis. It is a fast paced, dynamic environment where you learn something new every day.
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