ScribeConnect Launches the First Online Scribe Training and Management Platform
ScribeConnect Platform is the first and only medical scribe software platform designed to enable and assist healthcare organizations to implement and run their own internal medical scribe program.
LOS ANGELES - Dec. 20, 2021 - PRLog -- ScribeConnect, LLC, one of America's leading providers of medical scribe services, announced today the industry's first and only medical scribe software platform designed to enable and assist healthcare organizations to implement and run their own internal medical scribe program.
Medical scribe services have traditionally been provided by third-party scribe companies, but these services haven't always been available to practices under a certain size or in certain geographies. Even with access to contracted scribe services, many healthcare organizations would prefer to operate their own scribe program but need some level of assistance, curriculum, and expertise to tackle recruitment, training, and management of their scribe program.
The ScribeConnect Platform is designed to address all of these issues at affordable cost. Whether a remote clinic looking for a single scribe, or a metropolitan hospital looking for scribes throughout its various departments, the ScribeConnect Platform provides healthcare organizations with a pool of scribe candidates, technology to post jobs and vet candidates, and an industry-leading scribe education curriculum designed for the professional workplace.
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The medical scribe industry has been evolving over the past few years as costs increase, and many healthcare organizations have been left dissatisfied by the level of service they've received from their scribe vendor. Rempel believes that in time the majority of healthcare will assimilate the medical scribe role into their own HR department. "We are partnering with healthcare organizations and local colleges and universities to enable the medical scribe role to become as common as any Allied Health position in medical facilities,"