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How to Grow in the ED as a PhysAssist Scribe

Posted by Sophie Penkrat on Mar 22, 2016 9:30:00 AM

GrowGraphic.jpgSo 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 ScribeTeach new scribes the ropes or your ER and EMR on the floor in real-time.
  • Head TrainerLead the trainers for your team and help the Chief with on-site education.
  • Chief ScribeOversee 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 TrainerManage operations with your CTS and team during implementations and help physicians learn how to use scribes effectively.
  • Scribe AmbassadorGet out to schools share the PhysAssist Scribes experience with future scribes.
  • Onboarding SpecialistScribe part time while helping us in the hiring of future scribes.
  • Scribe U CoordinatorMentor trainees through Scribe U, including all elements of a SOAP note.
If you're a PhysAssist Scribe and are interested in any of these growth opportunities, contact your Client Services Manager to find out how to apply. Onward and upward! (Not a scribe? Click here to learn more.)

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Topics: medical scribes, Become a Scribe, PhysAssist Scribes, The PhysAssist Experience, Trainer Scribes, Scribe Training, Scribe Leadership, Certified Trainer Scribes, Chief Scribes, growth

PhysAssist Scribes is the industry leader in quality scribe services, proudly serving more than 150 medical facilities in 36 states, and growing. If you would like to know more about how scribes can add value to your hospital, please visit iamscribe.com or call 817.496.1009.