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Yes, they can be remote - sm

Posted: May 17th, 2017 - 1:10 pm In Reply to: Medical Scribe vs Transcriptionist - Difference?

Remote scribes are usually listening to a recording of the actual patient visit and pulling out/typing the important info (i.e., SOAP, etc.) from the visit. They are also usually putting this info directly into the patient record, such as with EPIC or Cerna. It's quite different from transcription (I've done both). Check out iScribes (iscribes.co). They are almost all remote and work with physicians across the country.


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