A physician’s documentation and upkeep of clinical records is known as Scribing Services. Physicians have the ability to use skilled scribers with expertise in clinical documentation, also known as ancillary personnel, to document a physician’s work in either a facility or office setting.
The scribe does not act independently and does not provide care, rather they focus on the documentation of the physician’s dictation and actions during their visits. The documentation can be performed in two ways- as Electronic Health Records on an EHR platform or on the patient charts. The NPP or physician confirms the scribe’s documentation by performing said documentation on the physician’s or practitioner’s signature.
The scribing team is made up of people who contain expertise in medical coding and come from a medical background.
Because of this, the scribing team understands insurance documentation guidelines, different medical specialties, clinical situations, and the physician’s language. We staff our scribing teams with those who comprehend the specific medical domain correspondent to the physician’s expertise.
Additionally, we deliver trainings to our team members regarding voice, language, and accent so they can better understand the physician’s speaking styles.