So you've been a scribe for a few months now and you're zipping through charts in no time. You hit a lull in between patients and suddenly you think "hunh, I've got this scribing thing down pat...now what?" Well, as a scribe, there's always room to grow. Stop day dreaming in the ED and start being present, as ER physician Dr. Crowley shared with us a few weeks ago—because there are tons of ways to use what you have learned as a scribe that can be translated into leadership positions with PhysAssist Scribes.
There are so many paths you can take to enhance your skills to become a leader and a teacher...not to mention you can even travel to train scribes in hospitals across the country! Check out the handy chart in this post spotlighting the avenues you can take, including:
- Trainer Scribe—Teach new scribes the ropes or your ER and EMR on the floor in real-time.
- Head Trainer—Lead the trainers for your team and help the Chief with on-site education.
- Chief Scribe—Oversee management for your entire team and build team spirit.
- Certified Trainer Scribe (CTS)—Travel to medical facilities far and wide to help us implement new programs.
- Lead Trainer—Manage operations with your CTS and team during implementations and help physicians learn how to use scribes effectively.
- Scribe Ambassador—Get out to schools share the PhysAssist Scribes experience with future scribes.
- Onboarding Specialist—Scribe part time while helping us in the hiring of future scribes.
- Scribe U Coordinator—Mentor trainees through Scribe U, including all elements of a SOAP note.
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- Find out how scribing can help you in PA school.
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