Embracing Medical Scribing to Increase Revenue and Decrease Physician Burnout

  • 24 Sep 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • MHDC Offices and Online

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  • Members may attend the talk in person - space is limited!
  • Members may attend online if preferred
  • Non-members can join MHDC as Individual Online members and save over 50% on AC Series events.
  • Non Members may attend presentations online.

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Embracing Medical Scribing to  Increase Revenue and Decrease Physician Burnout

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Physicians spend about 50% of their time documenting patient visits and only 27% with direct patient care.  Physician burnout leads to unhappy physicians and patients, poor physician performance, and a strain on the medical practice as these physicians can create unproductive, stressful environments.

A study published in JAMA Dermatology followed the implementation of a scribe program over 12 months in a large dermatology practice.  The findings included a 50% reduction in documenting time, a willingness by 79% of physicians to increase their patient volumes, and a 7.7% increase in revenue. 

In this session, Andrea Caliri, M.D.,  MindLeaf Medical Consultant and

John Kemp, M.D., Subject Matter Expert – Virtual Scribes will:

  •  Describe the pros and cons of physical, virtual and dictation scribing options
  • Discuss how to determine which scribing solutions are the best fit for your practice
  • Explain how scribing can reduce physician burnout by improving work-life balance
  • Discuss how you can increase your physician productivity and return-on-investment by increasing the number of patients seen per hour
  • Provide you with a medical scribe options calculator that will help you identify the annual cost savings from each type of scribing solution.

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For more information,
please contact Arleen Coletti
by email or at 781.419.7818

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