General: Certified Medical Scribe Specialists

General Certified Medical Scribe Specialists (clinical informatics/medical assistive) are instrumental in a variety of practice settings, across the specialities.  the function of a primary care physician’s office.  They become a vital part of a healthcare provide team and can provide the following functions:

    • Clinical (As directed by the Physician, including but not limited to):
      1. Scribe medical histories, physical examinations, and test results into EMR
      2. Preparing patients for examination
      3. Assisting the physician during exams
      4. Reinforcing physician instructions about medication, nutrition, and lifestyle changes
      5. Prepare procedure trays as directed by a physicians
      6. Authorizing prescription refills as directed by the physician


      1. Using computer applications and electronic medical records (EMR)
      2. Handling correspondence with patients and other healthcare providers
      3. Answering telephones, scheduling appointments, and greeting patients
      4. Scribing, updating and filing patient medical records
      5. Assisting with coding and payor-insurance forms
      6. Helping the staff arrange for hospital admissions and transfers
      7. Helping the staff arranging radiologic and laboratory services

*CMS recognizes Certified Medical Scribe Specialists (CMSS) per Physician/CMSS team across the healthcare enterprise

    1. Customizable full scope of CMSS credential:  Clinical informatics/medical assistive duties, per specialty, per physician

In addition, medical scribes can be can important in helping patients feel at ease in the physician’s office and often explain certain care instructions, under the supervision of a physician or other healthcare provider.  Certified Medical Scribe Specialists are essential members of a patient-centered medical team.

CMS Compliance: “CMS has asked that each clinician/provider/practice retain a copy of the Specialist crosswalk and certification documentation in their files just as they would retain documentation outlining their individual approach and method, as well as staffing protocols for audit purposes.”

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Become a Certified Medical Scribe Specialist (CMSS) or Certified Medical Scribe Apprentice (CMSA) today; the steps are outlined:

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