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Medical Scribes

Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits

Medical scribes can start their career after a relatively minimal period of training, usually provided by the employer or agency arranging the placement. However, in order to obtain and maintain a medical scribe position, the individual must have (or learn) computer skills and adapt to complex electronic medical records software. The job requires typing with accuracy and speed. Those who have a great interest in medicine will find the job more interesting, enjoyable, and rewarding.

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