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ScribeAmerica Ranked Number Two in Modern Healthcare’s "Healthcare’s Hottest"
Date:10/21/2013

Aventura, Florida (PRWEB) October 21, 2013

ScribeAmerica, LLC today announced it was ranked number two on the Modern Healthcare "Healthcare’s Hottest" program. Healthcare’s Hottest honors the fastest growing companies and organizations in the industry as measured by revenue growth, have at least $20M in revenue for 2012 and have been in business for five years or more.

ScribeAmerica's mission is to assist the physician by training medical scribes in how to intelligently share the provider's burden of data gathering and EMR documentation. In doing so, the physician's individual productivity and patient throughput increase, so that goal of providing cost effective, quality medical care is achieved.

CEO, Michael Murphy, MD stated "We are honored by this award, the entire family at ScribeAmerica deserves this, we all are very passionate about what we do and the impact it has on patient care."

ScribeAmerica prides itself on constant innovation, communication with our clients and ensuring an objective ROI is obtained. Productivity losses due to the intensive demand of EHR data entry by physicians are eliminated by working with ScribeAmerica's professionally trained medical scribes.

The 2013 Healthcare’s Hottest program identified the fastest-growing companies in the following sectors:

  •     Hospitals/hospital systems
  •     Physician group practices
  •     Payers/insurers
  •     Suppliers
ScribeAmerica employs thousands of medical scribes across 40 states and is the nation's most widely recognized professional medical scribe education, training, and management company. ScribeAmerica is the preferred vendor for over 320 practice locations and has documented on over 7 million patient visits in 2012 alone.

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