The nation’s leading provider of scribe programs focusing on revenue cycle optimization will be exhibiting at two physician conferences this month to show the benefits of scribes.
El Segundo, CA (PRWEB) October 26, 2014
The Medical Scribe Systems (MSS) founders – four practicing emergency physicians – will share case studies on the impact of scribes at the upcoming American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Scientific Assembly conference in Chicago. In addition, MSS executives will be participating at the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) convention in Las Vegas.
“We have seen the direct benefits that scribes bring to our emergency physicians and patients for the past 10 years,” said Dr. David Strumpf, MSS chairman and co-founder. “MSS scribes not only facilitate real-time clinical documentation and charge capture, but also empower physicians to provide a better patient-focused experience.”
Emergency physicians can meet with one of the founders at booth #1700 during the ACEP Scientific Assembly at McCormick Place in Chicago on October 27-29; show hours are 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Medical groups will gain insights on practice improvement initiatives at the MGMA Annual Convention at the Las Vegas Convention Center on October 26-28. Discussions will include the logistics of implementing a successful scribe program. MSS executives will be speaking at booth #1309 during show hours to showcase how medical groups can gain bottom-line benefits that include revenue cycle improvements and patient satisfaction through the use of scribes.
For more information about the MSS scribe program, visit http://www.medicalscribesystems.com.
About Medical Scribe Systems:
Medical Scribe Systems (MSS), the nation’s leading provider of scribe programs with a focus on revenue cycle optimization, provides real-time documentation services for emergency departments, outpatient clinics, and hospitalists nationwide. The company’s founders are board-certified physicians who implemented their first scribe program in 2003. Board members Dr. Mark Richmond and Fred Brown, a former Chairman of The Joint Commission, helped establish the first guidelines for scribe utilization that are compliant with CMS and Joint Commission recommendations. Currently operating in nearly 100 hospitals nationwide and employing more than 2,000 scribes, MSS was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in 2014.
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