Urologists are generally extremely busy professionals with a hectic and demanding work schedule. And it is no surprise that high burnout rates among urologists were identified by a recent Medscape study. Fifty-four percent of urologists reported feeling burned out, the highest among all surveyed medical specialties. The most common contributing factors include excessive administrative work, heavy patient load, extended work hours, and lack of institutional resources. No wonder many urologists have started to take the help of medical scribes to reduce their administrative workload and improve efficiency, workflow and patient experience.
The following are some of the research-backed evidence and reputed urologist's views on the perks of using urology scribes.
The use of medical scribes has become increasingly prevalent in urology practices to improve efficiency and productivity of urologists. If you are a urologist and juggling administrative work and patient care, it’s time you start incorporating scribes into your practice. By hiring professionally trained urology scribes to handle non-clinical tasks you can focus on your core mission –patient care.
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