No. Transcriptionist only work outside of the facility and transcribes audio dictated by the doctor whereas the scribe works in the office with the doctor and documents in real time.
No, you do not need a degree to become a scribe. People become scribe to gain experience in the medical field.
You will know all medical terminology in the specialty. You learn the process of medical decision and how to approach different diagnosis. This is helpful for students who want to pursue career in medical field.
Researches have shown that patients are supportive of the scribe program and feel comfortable around scribes.
No, but people with experience as medical transcriptionist will have a head start with our course.
No, you will be working in partnership with the doctors where you create medico legal documents and review medical codes in real time.
Yes absolutely, most of the medical scribes go on to become a scribe trainer or chief scribes earning a lucrative package.
The student should be of minimum 18 years of age with computer and typing skills preferred.
Yes, the scribes are paid during the traiing period.
People joining as the fresher are provided a salary of 38,000 per month.
The certificate is provided to students when all the 3 level of training is completed.