Medical students and new interns most burning questions to residents of every specialty. Content What is a typical day like as a family medicine resident?What should a medical student look for in a residency program?What daily practice have you developed to consolidate and develop your clinical skills and knowledge?What are the things you wished someone told you before starting residency?What residency life hacks and tips can you share with med students and new interns?Any EHR
Feeling overwhelmed by the amount of time it takes to complete your progress note or H&P? You are not alone. Medical transcription software can help. This article does not list every strategy under the sun, instead it lists the tactics that we use at StatNote. These are tactics that have helped us finish our notes in one-third of the time it usually takes. At StatNote, we are famous for our dot phrases and templates, and
Self-publishing your book as a physician Ever wonder how to self-publish a book as a physician? Discover the process. Listen on Your Favourite Platform! Apple Podcasts Spotify Active Income MD Show Notes Please enjoy! 🙌 Other resources StatNote book Web app: Chartnote Subscribe to StatNote Newsletter for more productivity tips! Discover Chartnote – We are passionate about preventing physician burnout by decreasing the burden of medical documentation. About Chartnote Chartnote is revolutionizing medical documentation one
Completing clinic notes while you’re treating many patients is time-consuming and an epic challenge. Here are some efficiency tips to prevent clinician burnout. Chartnote_-8-Recommendations-to-Expedite-your-Medical-DocumentationDownload Goals of Documentation Clinical documentation should have three goals: Continuity of care: communicate to the team what’s going on.Billing: if it wasn’t documented, it cannot be billed.Legal coverage: defense against malpractice. Bullet Points Use bullet points for concise and accurate documentation. You want to keep it short and simple, and quickly
Do you enjoy seeing patients but the mere thought of completing your progress notes makes you sick? You are not alone. Almost 50 percent of physicians report burnout, and one of the main causes is medical documentation.  At StatNote we believe that doctors should spend more time with their patients and less time in front of their computers. Our goal is to serve health professionals by providing tools that facilitate medical documentation, billing, coding and

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