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Medical Scribe Staffing Solutions

Re-humanising Healthcare

Become a Medical Scribe and make difference

Augmedix USA

Achieving greater patient and doctor satisfaction

We’re Hiring in Bengaluru

Call Anish Raj on 8861002216
Realtime update of EHR - they say it cannot be done, but we’re doing it and we’re doing it well!

OnlyGroup Healthcare trains and deploys Medical Specialists to service US physicians wearing Google Glass to stream live patient interactions to our HIPAA compliant facilities in Bangalore for direct updating of US hospital EHR.

What is a Medical Specialist (MS)

A Medical Specialist (MS) is a personal assistant to the physician, performing among many tasks, electronic record keeping responsibilities for the physicians during patient encounters.

This includes gathering information for the patient’s visit, performing documentation directly into the EHR in realtime, querying and using the EHR to manage the patient’s progress.

An MS partners with the physician to ensure the best patient care.

Why consider a career as an MS

Working as an OnlyGroup Healthcare Medical Specialist (MS) is a truly rewarding experience. This is a front-line service where you are actively involved with your physician to deliver optimal health care to patients.

Dealing with experienced American physicians will build confidence in your work and promises a unique learning experience. Working closely with a physician will allow you to personalise the service you give to the him.

Who can become an MS

The MS role is fast-paced and challenging. OnlyGroup Healthcare has developed intensive training programs designed specifically for people from different backgrounds.

With our proven training, transcriptionists, nurses and even freshers with good English skills are the closest fit to American Medical Assistants.

Call Saritha on 7022561888 for more information.
“But isn’t MS just another form of transcription?
Absolutely not!

Not to be confused with medical transcription, and sometimes referred to as scribing or medical scribing, the role of Medical Assistant is a well-established profession in American healthcare. Medical Assistants are serious medical professionals and an integral part of the American healthcare system. A Medical Assistant is in no way, form or manner a back-office career choice.

Medical Specialist
Physician’s right-hand person for realtime documentation
Create medical reports
Realtime. Exciting
Interact with physician & EHR
Involves medical coding
Work independently, directly for physician
Five days a week
Transcriptionist
Monotonous back-office process
Verbatim transcription
Varied turn around times
No direct interaction
No coding work
Metrics-based pressure
Six days a week
Call Raffath Sultana on 9008601592 for more information.
“Not since my days as CEO of HealthScribe, have I come across such a massive opportunity in healthcare. We could create thousands of Medical Specialist jobs.”
Tony Hales, CEO OnlyGroup Healthcare
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