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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27902549/integration-of-medical-scribes-in-the-primary-care-setting-improving-satisfaction
#1
Brian H Imdieke, Marc L Martel
There are little published data on the use of medical scribes in the primary care setting. We assessed the feasibility of incorporating medical scribes in our ambulatory clinic to support provider documentation in the electronic medical record. In our convenience sampling of patient, provider, and staff perceptions of scribes, we found that patients were comfortable having scribes in the clinic. Overall indicators of patient satisfaction were slightly decreased. Providers found scribe support to be valuable and overall clinician documentation time was reduced by more than 50% using scribes...
January 2017: Journal of Ambulatory Care Management
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27859097/new-roles-for-medical-assistants-in-innovative-primary-care-practices
#2
Susan A Chapman, Lisel K Blash
OBJECTIVE: To identify and describe new roles for medical assistants (MAs) in innovative care models that improve care while providing training and career advancement opportunities for MAs. DATA SOURCES/STUDY SETTING: Primary data collected at 15 case study sites; 173 key informant interviews and de-identified secondary data on staffing, wages, patient satisfaction, and health outcomes. STUDY DESIGN: Researchers used snowball sampling and screening calls to identify 15 organizations using MAs in new roles...
November 10, 2016: Health Services Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27499802/the-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016-statement
#3
Robyn L Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H Barlow, Robert Horner, Alan Kazdin, Thomas Kratochwill, Skye McDonald, Margaret Sampson, Larissa Shamseer, Leanne Togher, Richard Albin, Catherine Backman, Jacinta Douglas, Jonathan J Evans, David Gast, Rumen Manolov, Geoffrey Mitchell, Lyndsey Nickels, Jane Nikles, Tamara Ownsworth, Miranda Rose, Christopher H Schmid, Barbara Wilson
Reporting guidelines, such as the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) Statement, improve the reporting of research in the medical literature (Turner et al., 2012). Many such guidelines exist and the CONSORT Extension to Nonpharmacological Trials (Boutron et al., 2008) provides suitable guidance for reporting between-groups intervention studies in the behavioral sciences. The CONSORT Extension for N-of-1 Trials (CENT 2015) was developed for multiple crossover trials with single individuals in the medical sciences (Shamseer et al...
January 2, 2016: Evidence-based Communication Assessment and Intervention
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27499422/the-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016-statement
#4
Robyn L Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H Barlow, Robert Horner, Alan Kazdin, Thomas Kratochwill, Skye McDonald, Margaret Sampson, Larissa Shamseer, Leanne Togher, Richard Albin, Catherine Backman, Jacinta Douglas, Jonathan J Evans, David Gast, Rumen Manolov, Geoffrey Mitchell, Lyndsey Nickels, Jane Nikles, Tamara Ownsworth, Miranda Rose, Christopher H Schmid, Barbara Wilson
We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. This report describes the methods used to develop the Single-Case Reporting guideline In BEhavioural interventions (SCRIBE) 2016. As a result of 2 online surveys and a 2-day meeting of experts, the SCRIBE 2016 checklist was developed, which is a set of 26 items that authors need to address when writing about single-case research...
August 8, 2016: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27412424/medical-scribes-salvation-for-primary-care-or-workaround-for-poor-emr-usability
#5
EDITORIAL
Gordon D Schiff, Laura Zucker
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
September 2016: Journal of General Internal Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27371692/the-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016-statement
#6
Robyn L Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H Barlow, Robert Horner, Alan Kazdin, Thomas Kratochwill, Skye McDonald, Margaret Sampson, Larissa Shamseer, Leanne Togher, Richard Albin, Catherine Backman, Jacinta Douglas, Jonathan J Evans, David Gast, Rumen Manolov, Geoffrey Mitchell, Lyndsey Nickels, Jane Nikles, Tamara Ownsworth, Miranda Rose, Christopher H Schmid, Barbara Wilson
UNLABELLED: We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. This report describes the methods used to develop the Single-Case Reporting guideline In BEhavioural interventions (SCRIBE) 2016. As a result of 2 online surveys and a 2-day meeting of experts, the SCRIBE 2016 checklist was developed, which is a set of 26 items that authors need to address when writing about single-case research...
July 2016: Physical Therapy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27352788/an-economic-evaluation-of-the-costs-of-training-a-medical-scribe-to-work-in-emergency-medicine
#7
Katherine J Walker, Will Dunlop, Danny Liew, Margaret P Staples, Matt Johnson, Michael Ben-Meir, Hamish Gordon Rodda, Ian Turner, David Phillips
OBJECTIVE: To undertake a cost analysis of training medical scribes in an ED. METHODS: This was a pilot, observational, single-centre study at Cabrini ED, Melbourne, Australia, studying the costs of initiating a scribe programme from the perspective of the hospital and Australian Health sector. Recruitment and training occurred between August 2015 and February 2016 and comprised of a prework course (1 month), prework training sessions and clinical training shifts for scribe trainees (2-4 months, one shift per week) who were trained by emergency physicians...
June 28, 2016: Emergency Medicine Journal: EMJ
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27294998/the-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016-statement
#8
Robyn L Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H Barlow, Robert Horner, Alan Kazdin, Thomas Kratochwill, Skye McDonald, Margaret Sampson, Larissa Shamseer, Leanne Togher, Richard Albin, Catherine Backman, Jacinta Douglas, Jonathan J Evans, David Gast, Rumen Manolov, Geoffrey Mitchell, Lyndsey Nickels, Jane Nikles, Tamara Ownsworth, Miranda Rose, Christopher H Schmid, Barbara Wilson
Reporting guidelines, such as the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) Statement, improve the reporting of research in the medical literature (Turner et al., 2012). Many such guidelines exist, and the CONSORT Extension to Nonpharmacological Trials (Boutron et al., 2008) provides suitable guidance for reporting between-groups intervention studies in the behavioral sciences. The CONSORT Extension for N-of-1 Trials (CENT 2015) was developed for multiple crossover trials with single individuals in the medical sciences (Shamseer et al...
July 2016: American Journal of Occupational Therapy: Official Publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27268573/the-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016-statement
#9
Robyn L Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H Barlow, Robert Horner, Alan Kazdin, Thomas Kratochwill, Skye McDonald, Margaret Sampson, Larissa Shamseer, Leanne Togher, Richard Albin, Catherine Backman, Jacinta Douglas, Jonathan J Evans, David Gast, Rumen Manolov, Geoffrey Mitchell, Lyndsey Nickels, Jane Nikles, Tamara Ownsworth, Miranda Rose, Christopher H Schmid, Barbara Wilson
UNLABELLED: We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. This report describes the methods used to develop the Single-Case Reporting guideline In BEhavioural interventions (SCRIBE) 2016. As a result of 2 online surveys and a 2-day meeting of experts, the SCRIBE 2016 checklist was developed, which is a set of 26 items that authors need to address when writing about single-case research...
June 2016: Journal of School Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27266001/fresh-policies-and-procedures-transparency-fuel-ed-turnaround
#10
(no author information available yet)
The ED at Banner Payson Medical Center in Payson, AZ, has charted dramatic improvements on key metrics through a range of staff and policy changes. In just a few months, the ED has halved wait times, patient satisfaction has improved, and daily volume is up. Administrators say the secret to the success of the effort is a move to be transparent by posting key metrics regarding patient flow, a tactic that has helped the team pull together and feel a sense of accomplishment when performance goals are achieved...
May 2016: ED Management: the Monthly Update on Emergency Department Management
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27231387/the-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016-statement-%C3%A3-nonc%C3%A3-concernant-la-single-case-reporting-guideline-in-behavioural-interventions-scribe-2016
#11
Robyn L Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H Barlow, Robert Horner, Alan Kazdin, Thomas Kratochwill, Skye McDonald, Margaret Sampson, Larissa Shamseer, Leanne Togher, Richard Albin, Catherine Backman, Jacinta Douglas, Jonathan J Evans, David Gast, Rumen Manolov, Geoffrey Mitchell, Lyndsey Nickels, Jane Nikles, Tamara Ownsworth, Miranda Rose, Christopher H Schmid, Barbara Wilson
We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. This report describes the methods used to develop the Single-Case Reporting guideline In BEhavioural interventions (SCRIBE) 2016. As a result of 2 online surveys and a 2-day meeting of experts, the SCRIBE 2016 checklist was developed, which is a set of 26 items that authors need to address when writing about single-case research...
June 2016: Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. Revue Canadienne D'ergothérapie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27170804/response-re-the-use-of-medical-scribes-in-health-care-settings-a-systematic-review-and-future-directions
#12
Cameron G Shultz, Heather L Holmstrom
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
May 2016: Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine: JABFM
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27158687/medical-scribes-how-do-their-notes-stack-up
#13
Anita D Misra-Hebert, Linda Amah, Andrew Rabovsky, Shannon Morrison, Marven Cantave, Bo Hu, Christine A Sinsky, Michael B Rothberg
Their outpatient notes stack up well, according to this small, retrospective review. Scribes' notes were rated slightly higher in overall quality than physicians' notes-- at least for certain patient encounters.
March 2016: Journal of Family Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27130622/physician-scribe-and-patient-perspectives-on-clinical-scribes-in-primary-care
#14
Chen Yan, Susannah Rose, Michael B Rothberg, Mary Beth Mercer, Kenneth Goodman, Anita D Misra-Hebert
BACKGROUND: Extending medical assistants and nursing roles to include in-visit documentation is a recent innovation in the age of electronic health records. Despite the use of these clinical scribes, little is known regarding interactions among and perspectives of the involved parties: physicians, clinical scribes, and patients. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this project is to describe perspectives of physicians, clinical scribes, and patients regarding clinical scribes in primary care...
September 2016: Journal of General Internal Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26954293/medical-scribes-in-emergency-medicine-produce-financially-significant-productivity-gains-for-some-but-not-all-emergency-physicians
#15
Katherine J Walker, Michael Ben-Meir, David Phillips, Margaret Staples
OBJECTIVE: The present study aims to determine if a scribe in an Australian ED can assist emergency physicians to work with increased productivity and to investigate when and where to allocate a scribe and to whom. METHODS: This was a prospective observational single-centre study conducted at a private ED in Melbourne. It evaluated one American scribe and five doctors over 6 months. A scribe is a trained assistant who performs non-clinical tasks usually performed by the doctor...
June 2016: Emergency Medicine Australasia: EMA
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26916222/re-review-article-potential-of-medical-scribes-to-allay-the-burden-of-documentation-and-enhance-efficiency-in-australian-emergency-departments
#16
LETTER
Katie Walker, Michael Ben-Meir
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 2016: Emergency Medicine Australasia: EMA
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26886003/the-painful-truth-the-documentation-burden-of-a-trauma-surgeon
#17
Joseph F Golob, John J Como, Jeffrey A Claridge
BACKGROUND: Implementation of the electronic medical record (EMR) has introduced several unintended consequences, including increased documentation demands. The purpose of this study was to define the EMR documentation burden and its economic impact at a busy regional Level I trauma center, comparing attending trauma surgeons (TSs) with orthopedic surgeons (OSs), and neurosurgeons (NSs). METHODS: The EMR was queried to determine the number of attending documentation entries during 2014 for TS, OS, and NS...
May 2016: Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26856021/integration-of-medical-scribes
#18
Nicola Hawkinson
This article discusses reasons to employ medical scribes and why scribes play a critical role in both hospitals and private practices. Scribes are able help physicians with documentation and increase productivity. Physicians are able to fully engage with patients while the scribe documents the encounter in real-time. Although scribes are unlicensed, they still need to be recruited and trained in the same manner as any other medical professional.
November 2015: Journal of Medical Practice Management: MPM
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26587079/scribe-impacts-on-provider-experience-operations-and-teaching-in-an-academic-emergency-medicine-practice
#19
Jeremy J Hess, Joshua Wallenstein, Jeremy D Ackerman, Murtaza Akhter, Douglas Ander, Matthew T Keadey, James P Capes
INTRODUCTION: Physicians dedicate substantial time to documentation. Scribes are sometimes used to improve efficiency by performing documentation tasks, although their impacts have not been prospectively evaluated. Our objective was to assess a scribe program's impact on emergency department (ED) throughput, physician time utilization, and job satisfaction in a large academic emergency medicine practice. METHODS: We evaluated the intervention using pre- and post-intervention surveys and administrative data...
September 2015: Western Journal of Emergency Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26475774/maximizing-time-with-the-patient-the-creative-concept-of-a-physician-scribe
#20
Smitha P Menon
The universal implementation of electronic health records has transformed the practice of medicine. However, there is a general perception that electronic health records impede effective communication with patients. Clinicians feel that they paradoxically spend more time doing nonclinical tasks like documentation and writing orders and less time interacting with their patients. This article evaluates the role of medical scribes in augmenting physician workflows and examines if employing a scribe can enhance physician-patient interactions...
December 2015: Current Oncology Reports
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