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Rise of the Scribes
Busy physicians struggling to stay in step with documentation requirements may find medical scribes to be a welcome addition to their staff.

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By the Numbers

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According to Medscape's 2014 EHR Report, this percentage of physician respondents said they now use an EHR, 4% are currently installing or implementing an EHR, and 6% plan to purchase or start using an EHR in the next one to two years.

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