Managing paperwork and patient care with virtual scribes

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With virtual scribes, your practice could reduce physician workload and increase revenue. Read more for details from Medical Economics’ insightful article.

Finding balance between paperwork and patient care can be a struggle, especially while managing everyday workload. This became an even larger challenge when Jennifer Bacani McKenney, MD, learned that another physician at her Kansas-based family practice had passed away unexpectedly.

That’s when she hired a virtual scribe. Since then, her practice has hired three additional scribes and she can now spend more time focusing on patient care than ever before.

In fact, many experts claim virtual scribes are the solution to the overload of administrative work plaguing many practitioners today.

Learn more about how you can lessen the administrative burden and get back to what matters—your patients—from Medical Economics’ full article.

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