The Use of Medical Scribes in Health Care Settings
Impact of Scribes on Billed Relative Value Units in an Academic Emergency Department
Scribe Impacts on Provider Experience, Operations, and Teaching in an Academic Emergency Medicine Practice
Impact of Scribes on Physician Satisfaction, Patient Satisfaction, and Charting Efficiency
Physicians are increasingly burned out and frustrated with the EHR. A 2018 survey revealed that physicians spend 23% of their time on nonclinical paperwork, and a whopping 78% reported burnout symptoms.
The Overlooked Benefits of a Medical Scribe
Impact of Scribes on Patient Interaction, Productivity, and Revenue in a Cardiology Clinic
Impact of Scribes on Performance Indicators in the Emergency Department
In addition to obvious personal ramifications, burnout is economically costly to the healthcare system as well - estimated at $7600 per physician per year.