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Choosing To Live A Healthier Life

I have always been someone who really loves to get out there and enjoy time with other people, which is why I started becoming more and more involved in outdoor activities. Unfortunately, a few months ago I was left with a debilitating injury that I knew I had to resolve, and so I met with my medical care provider. He told me that I had been living with a stress fracture, and I knew that I had to have surgery to get it fixed. During my recovery, I decided to create a blog all about health and medical topics to help other people just like me. Check it out.


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Medical Scribing: A Great Career

If you are looking for a new career, look no further than becoming a medical scribe. A medical scribe is someone who works alongside medical professionals in order to chart their interactions with patients. Some companies even record a doctor's interactions with patients so that a medical scribe can create the note remotely. By hiring a medical scribe, doctors are able to see more patients since they do not have to take the time to add notes to each patient's chart between interactions. Their valuable time is instead spent doing what they do best — treating patients! As a medical scribe, a doctor's efficiency means that you have the opportunity to help out where you can by creating a patient's important medical records in a timely and accurate manner. 

There are several reasons why becoming a medical scribe may be just the career you have been looking for. Some of these reasons include the following.

Interesting Work

One of the best parts of this job is the fact that being a medical scribe is extremely interesting work. You will be present for most interactions that the doctor you work for has with their patients, paying intent attention so that you can document each part. A medical scribe has a strict mandate to comply with all HIPAA guidelines, which ensures the patient's privacy.

Work From Home or In Office

Depending on the doctor you work with, you may be in the office or working from home. As previously mentioned, some physicians record their interactions and send the recordings to their scribe in an effort to limit the number of people who are actually in the exam room.  Other physicians will prefer that you are with them in the office so that they can answer any questions you have while charting. If you prefer one method of work over the other, look for a position that explicitly states where you will be working. 

Continue Your Journey

Many people use the position of a medical scribe as a stepstool along their medical journey. This position is great for individuals who are seeking some medical experience while they are in school for another profession. 

In conclusion, as a medical scribe, you will most likely enjoy your day-to-day work and feel the appreciation of those you work for. Medical scribes are becoming increasingly essential in the medical world, and your part in it could benefit those with whom you come in contact. There are medical scribing schools online and in person, and the doctor's office you work for may train you on the job as well. Good luck with your new career!