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Summer 2018 Leadership Conference: A Personal Perspective

Posted by JoBeth Noblin on Oct 23, 2018 9:00:00 AM

 

Hello, everyone! I am the newest member of the PhysAssist Scribes Marketing Team as a Communications Specialist. Simply said, I am here to help turn your stories into words and write informational content to your benefit. It’s a pleasure to be here.

 Let me tell you guys about my first week… 

Photo Credit: Know Your Meme

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Topics: corporate, Scribe Companies, medical scribes, Progress, goals, corporate culture, commitment statements, communication, improved communication, multitasking, self improvement, ER Scribe, coaching, coachability, Be Here Now, take action, workplace, Drive Change, Leadership, Leadership Conference

5 Steps to Create Meaningful Change

Posted by Peggy Fredrickson on May 16, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Are You Changing For The Sake Of Changing?

Creating meaningful progress can be tough to accomplish when you don’t know what needs to be changed. In many cases people change for the sake of change, which tends to lead to more inefficiencies. Driving change can seem daunting when you look at the big picture. In order to accomplish effective change you have to break it down into small bite-size pieces. You can not build a long-standing building without a strong foundation.

 

“The first step towards change is awareness, the second step is acceptance,” said Nathaniel Branden

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Topics: corporate, Scribe Companies, Drive Change, medical scribes, Meaningful Use, Progress, career goals, goals, corporate culture, commitment statements, communication, improved communication, multitasking, self improvement, self help, How to change, ER Scribe

Why is Company Culture Important?

Posted by Peggy Fredrickson on Apr 30, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Why is Company Culture Important?

Company culture is the foundation for a strong and cohesive team. It defines and relays a business’s core values, personality, and passion. Strong culture starts with the company’s commitments which then echo through the people that are brought on.


“... the most important distinction to make here is that company culture is something that is pre-existing in your company’s genetic code,” according to Forbes Magazine “If you treat your employees well and have a fun-loving corporate atmosphere, your customers will see you as a fun-loving, generous brand.”

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Topics: company culture, culture, corporate culture, commitment statements, corporate, Scribe Companies, Be Here Now, Drive Change, scribe, medical scribes, Meaningful Use

Intern to Corporate Journey - Rachel Salinas

Posted by Rachel Salinas on Oct 25, 2017 3:15:53 PM

140 degree options and you have to just pick 1? Okay, some people end up picking two and it can get more complicated, but trying to decide what I wanted to do for the rest of my life with no real office work experience seemed impossible! By my Junior year of college these questions were becoming more important as I realized I was going to need a real job in about a year, so I decided to look for an internship.  

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Topics: PhysAssist Scribes, Drive Change, Leadership, The PhysAssist Experience

That's a Wrap! Driving Change at the 2017 Leadership Conference

Posted by Rachel Salinas on Sep 21, 2017 10:00:00 AM

In August, PhysAssist Scribes hosted the bi-annual Leadership Conference in our home of Fort Worth, Texas. Over 150 Chiefs, Lead Trainers, Certified Trainer Scribes (CTSs) and support team members joined together for two full days of meeting and discussing their experiences and accomplishments that they have seen take place during their time with PhysAssist. Here scribes are encouraged to compare their experiences with fellow scribes across the country and learn from one another.

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Topics: Drive Change, Leadership, Leadership Conference, Scribe Leadership

 

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