Sydney, New South Wales (PRWEB) April 01, 2016
ScribeAustralia Healthcare hosted presentations at two key healthcare conferences in late March where they discussed the benefits of medical scribes to top healthcare executives and medical practitioners.
In response to demand for new solutions to an increasingly complex healthcare environment, ScribeAustralia attended the Australian Private Hospitals Association’s 35th National Congress in Gold Coast and Criterion Conferences’ “Driving Quality in Emergency Departments” event in Sydney. Over the course of these two events, ScribeAustralia representatives met with over 25 hospital and health system leaders.
Hosted by ScribeAustralia’s CEO, Dr. Michael Murphy, and Director of Clinical Affairs, Dr. Jacqui Irvine, the presentations introduced the concept of medical scribes and discussed how scribes can help meet the increased demands facing doctors.
“We understand the increased pressures weighing on providers, whether it’s the amount of documentation, electronic documentation systems or additional ancillary duties,” said ScribeAustralia’s founder and CEO, Dr. Michael Murphy. “Scribes help doctors get back to the bedside, drive productivity and ultimately help improve patient care.”
ScribeAustralia Healthcare, a division of ScribeAmerica, introduced medical scribe services to the Australian marketplace in March 2016. With over eleven years of industry leading experience, and a footprint spanning over 1,300 sites in the United States, ScribeAmerica is the largest independent provider of scribe talent and management. Over the past year, the company has expanded into new international markets, including Canada and Australia, and introduced several new innovative services that address the needs of a rapidly-evolving healthcare landscape.
About ScribeAustralia Healthcare
ScribeAustralia Healthcare was established to address a pressing problem in healthcare: how to deliver personalised, high quality and cost-efficient care in an ever more complex healthcare environment.
The demands of an increasingly data-driven and bureaucratically accountable healthcare system place a heavy documentation and administrative burden on doctors. ScribeAustralia Healthcare —a division of ScribeAmerica, the largest scribe provider in the U.S.— was created to bring clinicians back to the “bedside”, to drive productivity and above all improve patient care.