Adaptability + Effective Communication = Excellent Leadership
The greatest leaders do more than take charge, turning an idea into a successfully executed endeavor. They continuously train to hone their captaining traits to become more adept at heading the helm. According to Forbes, among the best qualities that make a leader great are effective communication skills, which can help instill trust and higher morale, as well as approach and intuition, which can lead to better adaptability to all of the things work can throw at us.
4 Tips to Identifying the Best Scribe Candidates
The biannual PhysAssist Scribes Leadership Conference this winter included multiple focus sessions where attendees met with industry experts to discuss topics ranging from innovations in scribe training to learning how to communicate more effectively. Divisional Recruiting Manager, Jason Barber, spoke with a breakout group on the methodology to use when identifying good scribes. This allowed attendees to reflect on how to best tease great talent out of every scribe on their teams.
ed doc sam crowley shares tips on being a better scribe
From January 6 to 7, 2016, chief scribes, lead trainers and corporate employees engaged in a variety of interactive workshops and inspiring talks at the biannual PhysAssist Scribes Leadership Conference. Attendees were treated to a highly informative and exciting conversation with Sam Crowley, MD, emergency room physician and Chief of Staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall.
We love the amazing job our scribes do day-in and day-out, so in the spirit of Valentine's Day we'd like to give a very special *we heart you and think you're awesome* shout-out to our 2015 Scribe of the Year and CTS of the Year. These two individuals embody the PhysAssist honor code--Sincere, Caring, Responsive, Innovative, Balanced and Efficient. Click here to learn more about our Scribe Recognition Program and to nominate a fellow scribe for a job well done!
FORMER SCRIBES SHARE FIRST DAY TALES
The winter PhysAssist Scribes Leadership Conference, held from January 6 to 7, 2016, in Hurst, TX, was kicked off with a dynamic discussion between four of our vice presidents, three of whom started as scribes themselves!
Biggest and Best One YET!
In 2012, a small group of PhysAssist Chief Scribes met with home office members to work on team building and training development. In no time at all, the PhysAssist Scribes Leadership Conference grew into a large-scale event, with our biggest and most successful one yet held from January 6 to 7, 2016.
Our headquarters hosted 52 Chief Scribes, 50 new and tenured employees, 15 Lead and Head Trainers and one Scribe of the Year in a huge leadership development event featuring workshops, lectures, amazing PhysAssist giveaways, and of course, lots of fun at the Hurst Conference Center, TX.
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Micro was a cinch. Organic chemistry was a breeze (well, maybe not). Anatomy and physiology was a walk in the park. And Scribe U? Well, that seemed challenging…but now that you’re working in the emergency department, you can totally coast through this whole scribing thing till you get into medical school. Right?