ScribeAmerica Receives South Florida “Good to Great” Award for Enterprise Excellence

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The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce has chosen ScribeAmerica as a recipient of the 2015 “Good to Great” Award for demonstrating excellence in leadership and management processes.

To be recognized by our very own community in South Florida is a tremendous compliment to the hard work and dedication of our scribes.

ScribeAmerica, the nation’s largest and most trusted medical scribe provider, has been named a recipient of the South Florida “Good to Great” Award. This regional award recognizes for-profit companies that demonstrated solid growth and performance over a four-year period.

“We are incredibly honored and grateful to have been recognized by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce,” said ScribeAmerica CEO, Michael Murphy, MD. “This award embodies our continuous mission to serve providers nationwide with great clinical documentation and EMR support. To be recognized by our very own community in South Florida is a tremendous compliment to the hard work and dedication of our scribes.”

Five business schools from area universities determined the award criteria, evaluated company leadership, and conducted onsite interviews to judge the quality of performance and management processes. ScribeAmerica was selected as a finalist in April, along with Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. in the “1,000+ Employees” category.

The award is based off Jim Collins’s best-selling book Good to Great, which explains how some companies transform into leaders and visionaries in their industry. To learn more about ScribeAmerica and the “Good to Great” Award, visit http://www.scribeamerica.com.

About ScribeAmerica

ScribeAmerica was established in 2004 as a clinical documentation solution for providers transitioning to the electronic medical record (EMR). The company’s focus on improving the accuracy and quality of patient documentation has resulted in higher patient satisfaction scores, improved revenue cycle, and better continuity of care. The company recruits, trains, and manages over 7,300 scribes in nearly 900 locations nationwide.

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