Become a Medical Scribe in Arkansas
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Primary Care clinics must anticipate and lead changes in care delivery. As a scribe, you can help clinics focus on patient outcomes, alignment, and efficiency.
Hospitals need fast, flexible, and innovative solutions to deliver care in new and better ways. Providers needs scribes they can trust to alleviate clerical tasks.
Outpatient clinics need scribes so they can have more time for patients with urgent care needs – providing a better experience and attracting more patients.
Minutes matter in orthopedic care. As a trained medical scribe, you will help ensure orthopedic patients get the timely, accurate care they deserve.
Not sure if being a Medical Scribe is right for you?
Why Become a Medical Scribe?
Gain Medical Experience
Being a medical scribe offers you clinical experience and physician shadowing at the same time. Make valuable medical connections, and gain “behind the scenes” experience.
Most of our medical scribes are college students pursuing a career as a pre-health professional. We offer flexible schedules that work with your class and summer availability.
Becoming a medical scribe will give you the experience you need to “wow” your medical review board and increase grad school application appeal.
Make a Difference
Being a medical scribe makes you an integral part of a successful medical team. As a scribe you enable the rest of the clinical staff to do their jobs at a higher level.
Frequently asked question.
What does the training process look like and how long does it take?
We require every new employee to complete an online training one week prior to their first day in the clinic. The rest is in-person, on-site training with a current scribe. The duration of this training process depends on scribe availability and clinic specialty, and can range from less than one week up to 4 weeks.
What are the credentialing requirements?
Each clinic we work in has different requirements. Some clinics require two TB skin tests, a nicotine screen, a 10-panel drug screen, a Covid-19 vaccination, updated immunization records, a background check, a current flu shot, and hospital paperwork. Most clinics require some combination of these tests, but not all.
What specialties do you work with?
We collaborate with several hospitals and private practices around the state of Arkansas. Our clients' specialties include general surgery, family medicine, urology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, and OB GYN.
Do you offer positions for full and part-time employees?
Yes, we have positions available for both full-time and part-time employees. We accommodate many students by working with their school schedules and availability.
What benefits does Medoptim offer?
Medoptim aims to assist its employees in attending graduate level school by offering flexible hours. Our GAP (Get Accepted Benefits) program includes paid entrance exam fees, study materials, recommendation letters, and more. We also offer loan assistance.
Do you have remote options?
Yes! Medoptim offers full-time and part-time remote positions.
Gain Medical Experience
Being a medical scribe offers you clinical experience and physician shadowing at the same time.
We offer flexible schedules that work with your class and summer availability.
Medical Scribes get the experience needed to “wow” their medical review board.
Make a Difference
Being a medical scribe makes you an integral part of a successful medical team.
Professional & Friendly Staff
Make valuable medical connections, and gain “behind the scenes” experience.
As a scribe you enable the rest of the clinical staff to do their jobs at a higher level.
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See what others say about us
Angela Driskill - M.D., Baptist Health Wound Care
"I have been using Medoptim since 2014 and it has been very helpful to me. It helps me get through my day much more efficiently. It decreases significantly the amount of time I spend at the end of the day charting, cutting off 2-2.5 hours of work at the end of the day. My scribe is always helpful, friendly, easy to get along with, and has definitely improved our patient flow and improved my quality of life so that I'm not here charting late at night."
John Brizzolara - M.D., Brizzolara Urology and Associates
"One of the other physicians in the group was using a scribe, and I decided I'd like to try that. I have seen my number of patients return to 30-35 on a half day with a scribe, and I am actually getting out of the office 45 minutes earlier now than I was before EMRs. I am very, very pleased with the scribe system, I wouldn't even go back to dictating!"
Richard M. Adams - DPM, Granbury, TX
"For the past three years, I have been using a company based in Little Rock, AR called Medoptim. They are a remote, electronic based scribe service so there is no need to have another person crowding the exam room. They enter all pertinent information directly into my EHR and are literate in many, many different EHR formats. My only responsibility is to review and proofread/sign my notes. The service is fantastic! Not only have they made my life easier, but they remind me when I forget to "dictate" certain aspects of the patient encounter, thereby adding another layer of accuracy to my notes. They are highly recommended."