East Boston Neighborhood Health Center Medical Scribe in 1601 Washington Street, Massachusetts
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South End Washington Primary Care
1601 Washington Street, 400 Shawmut Avenue
The position of the medical scribe will be in the department of Family Medicine at South End Community Health Center site location and work under the direction of a physician. The goal of the position is to enhance the efficiency and improve the flow of patients while maintaining and improving patient satisfaction. The Medical Scribe will have the responsibility for annotating any dictated or written information for the treatment of patients following all local, state and federal guidelines for documentation into the EMR. The Medical Scribe can assist the physician with researching and recording a patient’s EMR by assembling and reviewing nurse’s notes, EMS reports, referral notes from other health care facilities, and hospital records (prior admission notes, discharge summaries, operative/procedure notes). The department of family medicine is dedicated to seeing patients of all ages by providing quality preventative care and patient centered care. Bilingual fluency (English/Spanish) is required to transcribe information into the medical chart.
Qualifications and Requirements:
High school diploma or GED equivalent
College degree or actively enrolled
Knowledge of medical terminology and descriptions
Ability to use electronic health record systems and Microsoft word
Proficient in typing and good at spelling, punctuation, grammar, and oral communication.
0-3 years working in clinical environment
There’s a reason East Boston Neighborhood Health Center is ranked as one of the “Top Places to Work” by The Boston Globe. It is because we are committed to maintaining a truly supportive and welcoming environment — for both our employees and our patients — that reflects our mission and culture. A huge focus of which is to offer important benefits so you can be your best inside and outside of work.
Striving to be an employer of choice, we offer progressive benefits, a variety of schedules, and the satisfaction of working with a diverse workforce whose unity of purpose is a real force for achievement. Plus, our Education & Training Institute is an attractive resource for many of our employees who seek to broaden their skill base and advance their careers.
Medical & Dental Coverage
Life and Disability Insurance
Privileges at Boston Medical Center for Providers
401(K) Retirement Plan
Flexible Spending & Transportation Accounts
Paid Holidays, Vacations, Sick and Personal Time
A Generous Staff Development Benefit
Excellent Malpractice Coverage
A Designated Medical Staff Office for Physician Support
And Much More…