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scribe

(skrīb),
1. To write, trace, or mark by making a line with a marker or pointed instrument, as in surveying a dental cast for a removable prosthesis.
2. To form, by instrumentation, negative areas within a master cast to provide a positive beading in the framework of a removable partial denture, or the posterior palatal seal area for a complete denture.
[L. scribo, pp. scripto, to write]

scribe

(skrīb)
1. To write, trace, or mark by making a line with a marker or pointed instrument, as in surveying a dental cast for a removable prosthesis.
2. To form, by instrumentation, negative areas within a master cast to provide a positive beading in framework of a removable partial denture, or posterior palatal seal area for a complete denture.
[L. scribo, pp. scripto, to write]

scribe,

v to write, trace, or mark by making a line or lines with a pointed instrument or carbon marker.
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The study noted that scribes enabled physicians to see 24 patients per day--up from 18, with accompanying improvements in physician "quality of life.
Beilin Health, and many practices transitioning to team-based care, do not use medical students as scribes but rather "train up" employed certified medical assistants and licensed practical nurses to perform what they call "team documentation.
Though scribes are not new to doctors' offices in Texas, so many physicians' practices and emergency rooms are now hiring them that local staffing companies are expanding at breakneck pace, and at least one community college is offering a new program to get students certified to help doctors fill out the health records.
com)-- The American College of Medical Scribe Specialists (ACMSS) has joined with American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine (AAUCM) in their new Non-Profit Partnership.
Other duties of medical scribes might typically include locating information for the physician to review or researching information requested by the physician.
He is a practicing emergency physician who has been training and using medical scribes since 2008.
Chapter 4 ("People and Institutions") offers a sensible overview of who scribes and correctors might be.
Even the Indian scribes were told ahead of every press conference that not too many questions would be entertained," he said.
Chapter 2 parallels the work of scribes in copying and composing to the work of authors of medieval historiography, a genre that derives its authority from citing (or at least appropriating) other texts.
If I were still in practice, 1 think I could easily rationalize the cost of a scribe if he or she allowed me to get home an hour or two earlier.
As I walked to my car, I realized the perfect name would be "katip," which means scribe.
of California-Los Angeles) rejects the customary division of scribes and authors by assessing the evidence from history writing in later medieval England.