Imagine having a chance to step into a position that allows you to understand what it takes to become a doctor, working one-on-one with a physician during patient encounters. As one of M*Modal’s Virtual Medical Scribes, you have the opportunity to do just that.
What is a Virtual Medical Scribe?
A virtual medical scribe is a healthcare charting professional who remotely accompanies a physician in real time during doctor-patient visits, handling all patient notes and charting for each doctor-patient encounter. You are trained in clinical charting, drafting SOAP notes, and navigating through electronic health records.
Not only do you work one-on-one with a physician where you can truly learn how to diagnose a patient, you are also introduced to the next step and evolution in clinical charting!
Over the last 25 years, M*Modal has been a global leader in assisting physicians and hospital systems with patient documentation using our many services and software applications. We work with the largest hospital systems across the US!
Why does this matter to me as a pre-med student?
Every day as you work alongside a physician, you will get to experience much of the following:
- Daily real-time discussions directly with physicians
- Paid experience in the medical field
- Cross training in 30 different healthcare specialties
- Working anywhere in the US from the comfort of your own home
- Gaining working knowledge of medical terms, abbreviations, pathophysiology, anatomy, medications, diagnoses, physician assessments, procedures, and testing
- Training in clinical documentation, charting, bedside communication, and diagnosing
- Drafting HPIs, ROSs, assessments, and plans
- Potential letters of recommendation
- Stronger work-life balance with no commute
- Experiencing where healthcare software platforms are going in the next 5-10 years
If you are interested in learning more, we would love to hear from you on PreMed STAR, or come and learn more about us here: https://mmodal.com/careers/virtual-medical-scribe/
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