Multiple challenges face the US Healthcare System. One such ease of burden is the use and employment of “Certified Medical Scribe Specialists” in the Outpatient setting for CPOE. Learn more here.
What is a “Certified Medical Scribe Specialist (CMSS)?”
A Certified Medical Scribe Specialist is an ancillary staff member that is an assistant to the physician, mid-level provider; Certified Medical Scribe Specialists are trained and continuously assessed. The CMSS has met 200 hours clinically or has met 50 hour clinical training program. They are used to maximize the efficiency and productivity of clinical care. Duties include real time transcribing of physician notes, organization of objective health care data, enhancement of the Electronic Health Record, point-of-service collections, and patient tracking. A CMSS meets both pre-clinical and clinical training, has mastered MSCAT certification, complies with regulatory agencies, and maintains membership with 20 hours of continuing education annually.
Certify through Medical Scribe Certification & Aptitude Test (MSCAT) and become a “CMSS” today!