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30

Mar'16

Significant improvements in Emergency Department throughput achieved in scribe program

A 2014 study undertaken by the UF Health Emergency Department, a Level 1 Trauma Centre in the United States, quantitatively …

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29

Mar'16

Cardiology clinic benefits from using scribes – increased revenue, better interaction and greater productivity

A 2013 study found using scribes in a cardiology clinic is feasible. Using scribes was found to improve physician–patient interaction, increase …

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11

Mar'16

Study finds scribes help to decrease documentation time by 36%

A 2015 study investigated the impacts of medical scribes in an emergency medicine practice. The study found that scribes were well received, and documentation time was substantially reduced and redirected primarily to patient care.

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11

Mar'16

Sunshine Coast Local Medical Association newsletter features Medscribe

In the article, Dr Phebe O’Mullane - an emergency room doctor at Noosa Hospital and founder of Medscribe - explained that it is all about introducing physicians and hospitals to a smarter way to practice medicine.

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11

Mar'16

Noosa Hospital’s Medscribe program featured in Ramsay Way newsletter

Noosa Hospital CEO, Jude Emmer, said the introduction of a scribe program in the Emergency Department would be beneficial for her medical and nursing staff and help to ensure a great system of care that provides the best outcomes for patients.

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