Dr. Marian Bednar, an emergency room physician, left, checks notes with Amanda Nieto, a scribe who works with her, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Scribes have entered the scene in clinics and operating rooms, liberating physicians from the constant note-taking that modern electronic health records systems demand.
Dr. Marian Bednar, an emergency room physician, left, checks notes with Amanda Nieto, a scribe who works with her, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Scribes have entered the scene in clinics and operating rooms, liberating physicians from the constant note-taking that modern electronic health records systems demand. Mark Graham The New York Times
Dr. Marian Bednar, an emergency room physician, left, checks notes with Amanda Nieto, a scribe who works with her, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Scribes have entered the scene in clinics and operating rooms, liberating physicians from the constant note-taking that modern electronic health records systems demand. Mark Graham The New York Times

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Medical scribes help relieve doctors’ digital record keeping

January 01, 2016 3:30 PM

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