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Medical Scribe Systems Overview

El Segundo, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
2003
Company - Private
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Scribe America, Elite Medical Scribes, PhysAssist Scribes
Medical Scribe Systems provides real-time documentation services for emergency departments, outpatient clinics, and hospitalists nationwide. The company founders are board-certified physicians who started their first scribe program in 2003. Board members Dr. Mark Richmond and ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to empower providers with comprehensive clinical documentation that supports enhanced patient care and streamlines workflow.

Medical Scribe Systems Reviews

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    I worked at Medical Scribe Systems full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Start-up company, open to innovative ideas from all employees

    Cons

    unorganized, laid back management style

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Medical Scribe Systems Photos

Medical Scribe Systems photo of: Scribes are trained on a hospital's electronic medical record to ensure robust documentation.
Medical Scribe Systems photo of: Physicians who use MSS scribes see great improvements in their clinical documentation.
Medical Scribe Systems photo of: Scribes can work in emergency departments, for hospitalists, or at outpatient clinics.
Medical Scribe Systems photo of: Scribes undergo intense training online, in the classroom, and in the field to prepare them for the clinical environment.
Medical Scribe Systems photo of: Being a scribe gives you the clinical experience you need for medical school.
Medical Scribe Systems photo of: A physician reviews the chart with the scribe before moving to the next patient.
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Medical Scribe Systems Interviews

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    It was probably the best interview I have ever been invited to. It was with the lead scribe of the hospital. Although he seemed young and close to my age, he was at all times very professional and on point. It seemed more of a conversation than an interview. Nonetheless, it was formal.

    Interview Questions

    • He asked a hypothetical question on whether a scribe should help handle the patient if a medical doctor asks for help. He informed me that most doctors are not aware that scribes do not have permission to handle patients and should instead find a nurse or another health professional to help.   Answer Question
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