Syllabus – Medical Scribe Program

Syllabus – Medical Scribe Program

MEDICAL SCRIBE OVERVIEW
  • Clinical Environment Overview

    Clinical Settings

    Clinical Care Team

  • Medical Scribe Role

    Scribe Duties & Scope of Practice

    Scribe Professionalism

    Scribe Attestation

    Typical day of a scribe

  • Physician Reimbursement
    Medical Coding and Billing
    ICD-10 Codes
    CPT Codes
    Medical Coding Changes 1
    Medical Coding Changes 2
  • Electronic Medical Record
    What are Medical Records?
    Who uses Medical Records?
TERMINOLOGY & MEDICAL ABBREVIATIONS
  • Terminology
    Medical Terminology Introduction
    Body Position
    Anatomical Movement
    Conditions & Symptoms
  • Medical Abbreviations
    General Abbreviations
    Prescription Abbreviations
    Common Conditions Abbreviations
    Anatomy Abbreviations
  • Medications
    Medication Overview
    Common Drugs
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Respiratory System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Nervous System
  • Endocrine System
  • Gastrointestinal System
  • Urinary System
  • Reproductive System
  • Lymphatic System
  • Immune System
  • Integumentary System
MEDICAL CHARTING
  • Overview of Medical Charts
    SOAP Note
    EHR Charts & Notes
  • Subjective
    Chief Complaint & History of Present Illness
    Review of Systems
    Patient Histories
    Subjective Practice Scenario 1*
    Subjective Practice Scenario 2*
  • Objective: Physical Exam
    Vital Signs
    Physical Exam
    Detailed Exams
    Physical Exam Practice Scenario*
  • Objective: Diagnostic Tests
    Common Lab Tests
    Imaging
    EKG
    Other Diagnostic Tests
    In-office Procedures
  • Assessment & Plan
    Medical Decision Making
    Documenting Medical Decision Making
    Assessment & Plan Practice Scenario*
  • Clinical Practice Scenario
    Full Charting Practice Scenario*
  • Levels of Chart Coding
    Levels of Chart Coding
HIPPA
  • What is HIPAA?
    HIPAA Introduction
    Protected Health Information
    Regulated Entities
    HIPAA Privacy Rule
    HIPAA Security Rule
  • HIPAA in Healthcare
    HIPAA Compliance
    Permissible Disclosure and Use
    HIPAA Violations

Gihsonline Advantage

GIHS provides the best courses helps you to get the start up in the healthcare field. These courses are ad-hoc to your professional career and provide you the additional benefit to be the part of an organization.

  • BRINGING EXCELLENCE TO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

    BRINGING EXCELLENCE TO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

  • 10+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

    10+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

  • ISO & GOVT CERTIFIED

    ISO & GOVT CERTIFIED

  • PERSONALIZED TUTORING FOR SUCCESS

    PERSONALIZED TUTORING FOR SUCCESS

Fees, Payment & Program Duration

Certificate 3 Months- 22000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 450$ USD

PG DIploma One Year – 32000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 699$ USD

FT PG Diploma 4 Months – 36000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 750$ USD

Cheque / Demand Draft/Cash in the name of “Global Institute of Health Science”

Online Transfer through NEFT or RTGS

Fee can also be deposited in GIHS bank account (For more details Click Here).

Disclaimer: This course details are for the purpose of awareness about the program and career opportunities.

The exact information on course structure may vary from this information.

Frequently Asked Questions

The qualifications for a medical scribe can vary, but a minimum requirement is typically a high school diploma or equivalent. Some employers may prefer candidates with additional education, such as a college degree or coursework in healthcare-related fields.
There are a few training programs and certification courses for individuals aspiring to become medical scribes. At GIHS, we provide one of the most reputed and recognized courses in medical scribing. The course covers medical terminology, documentation practices, and relevant healthcare knowledge.
The ease or difficulty of being a medical scribe can vary depending on individual factors, personal preferences, and prior experience. If you have a good grasp of medical terminology and are efficient at typing, the job may become easier for you.
Yes, medical scribing can be a good career, especially for individuals interested in healthcare and looking to gain experience in clinical settings. It provides exposure to medical practices, enhances knowledge of medical terminology, and can be a stepping stone for those considering a career in healthcare.
To become a medical scribe, you should at least have a high school diploma or equivalent. You can then consider enrolling in a medical scribing course, such as the one we provide at GIHS. The course will teach you all the necessary skills for the job.
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