Portland, Oregon, February 6, 2012: Scribes STAT, Inc., the premier provider of certified Medical Scribes who deliver accurate, real-time electronic medical records for emergency physicians and targeted specialty physicians, today announced an agreement to provide Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Tutors to Providence Health System as part of their Epic Deployment Team. EMR Tutors from Scribes STAT will support physicians with implementation and training on a new electronic medical record system from Epic Systems Corporation at seventeen Providence hospitals throughout the Northwest.
Scribes STAT provides EMR Tutors to assist with new EMR systems during the implementation stage and beyond. Scribes STAT has developed a proven EMR Tutor system which can enhance efficiencies and prevent hospitals from experiencing a drop in accounts receivable while implementing new EMR systems and processes.
“Our EMR implementation experience at Scribes STAT is unique”, states Jim McCartan, Vice President. “We have successfully provided EMR implementation support for five major hospitals. Our ability to provide EMR Tutors for implementation support along with certified Medical Scribes guarantees our clients a smooth transition throughout implementation and beyond.”
About Scribes STAT
Scribes STAT is the premier provider of certified Medical Scribes who deliver accurate, real-time electronic medical records for emergency physicians and targeted specialty physicians. The use of Scribes STAT Medical Scribes results in improved physician efficiency, increased patient satisfaction, and timely and complete insurance billing. Scribes STAT also offers EMR Tutors who assist and support health systems and physicians during the transition to and implementation of the electronic medical records system. Scribes STAT is currently operating across the United States. For more information, please visit: http://www.ScribesSTAT.com.
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