Our scribes receive high-level training across multiple medical disciplines to cover medical overlap and ensure that every doctor is partnered with an experienced, accurate, reliable, paraprofessional, no matter what they practice.
Scribe4Me focuses on providing customized medical scribing services to physician practices across the US for a wide range of medical specialties, including but not limited to Otolaryngology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Podiatry, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Rheumatology, and Urology. Our scribes are extensively trained across multiple medical disciplines, to cover medical overlap and ensure that every physician is paired with an experienced medical scribe based on their medical specialty and EMR preferences. With Scribe4Me specialty-specific services you can focus on treating patients while we assist you with documentation to ensure an efficient workflow. Our mission is to help physicians focus on what really matters the most – caring for patients.
Maintaining up-to-date and accurate patient records is crucial for clinical decision-making and patient care. This can be challenging for busy otolaryngologists.
Being an OB/GYN is not an easy feat. OB/GYNs typically have pretty hectic and chaotic schedules, and often see as many as 45 patients in a day. The sheer amount of patients to be seen on a daily basis necessitates more paperwork and charting.
Being an orthopedic specialist is quite demanding and hectic. Well, most orthopedic specialists are typically very busy and see as many as 50 patients in a day. As the patient volume increases so does the amount of paperwork and documentation.
Being an ER physician is a stressful and extremely demanding job. An emergency room physician is always seen busy assessing and treating the sickest patients. Amidst this, inputting patient data is the toughest thing to do.
Pediatric physician’s daily routine is pretty busy and sees an average of 35 to 40 patients in a day. As the patient volume increases you end up dealing with overwhelming paperwork.
Psychiatrists have a stressful life with demanding or difficult patient encounters. They need to take detailed notes and document every little detail when it comes to making diagnoses of mental health conditions.
Being a cardiologist is leading a hectic lifestyle. Generally, a cardiologist sees about 15 to 20 patients in a day. As patient volume increases, so does the amount of paperwork and charting.
Podiatrists are generally busy seeing a variety of cases, from diabetic foot exams to fractures. In a day’s work, a podiatrist roughly sees about 20 to 25 patients,helping them get back on their feet.
Gastroenterologists are seen busy with inconsistent schedules and the need to multitask constantly. They switch hats, from performing endoscopies to seeing patients with an unsettled stomach and persistent heartburn.
Being an endocrinologist has always been a busy job. Most private practices see between 18-22 patients a day, every day. With overwhelming patient volume, many endocrinologists say they are being stretched to their limits.
A dermatologist's typical workday may involve a busy schedule seeing a great mix of clinical cases. On average, a dermatologist sees about 40-50 patients a day, although at times it can go up to 100 a day.
Ophthalmology is one of the busiest specialties, with solo practitioners finding it difficult to handle the crush of patients. Generally, ophthalmologists see 31 to 50 patients a day, based on 3.5 clinic days per week.
Rheumatologists are often busy with tight schedules and back-to-back patient visits, leaving them stretched thin. Generally, rheumatologists see an average of 44 patients a week.
In a urology clinic, both outpatient and inpatient schedules are generally seen busy. In a typical week practicing urologists see about 75 patients. They have variety in their week – with time divided between a busy office practice and the operating room.