ScribeAmerica to Decrease Hospital Length of Stay with Use of Scribes and Best Practices Inpatient Care

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ScribeAmerica to provide nations first certified medical scribes for Hosptialist Medicine Practice with Best Practices Inpatient Care.

ScribeAmerica, LLC today announces an agreement with Best Practices Inpatient Care to provide American College of Clinical Information Manager Certified (ACCIM) medical scribes to Best Practices Inpatient Care for their Hospitalist Medicine program at both their Libertyville and Lake Forest locations beginning July 15, 2012. Best Practices Inpatient Care will be ScribeAmerica’s first true hospitalist client. The scribes will conduct point of service documentation utilizing the electronic medical record.

ScribeAmerica will provide a turnkey solution for Best Practices Inpatient Care, our career project leaders will recruit, hire, train and manage this program in addition to providing everyone with the industry only; Scribe Textbook, Master Scribe Training process and ScribeAmerica Smart Phone Application

“We are excited to start a true partnership with Best Practices Inpatient Care, our certified medical scribes will offset EMR productivity losses, decrease length of stay and get the providers off computers and back into patient rooms, it’s a win-win!” Dr. Michael Murphy, CEO stated.

About Best Practices Inpatient Care
Best Practices Inpatient Care, Ltd. is a physician - owned medical practice which provides hospitalists to hospitals, long-term care centers and specialty hospitals in Illinois. As dedicated hospitalists, we are committed to providing the patients of our referring physicians and institutions the best possible in-patient care.

About ScribeAmerica
Since 2004, ScribeAmerica has essentially created the Scribe industry; we are the nation's largest professional scribe training and Management Company, present in over 150 healthcare facilities, in 30 states and employing more than 1600 scribes. Our scribe programs and scribes stay current with all ACCIM guidelines and testing. We feel it is necessary to be certified in order to distinguish ourselves from less closely regulated scribe programs.

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