A Certified Medical Scribe Professional (CMSP™) is a personal assistant to the physician, performing documentation in the EHR, gathering information for the patient’s visit, and partnering with the physician to deliver the pinnacle of efficient patient care.
For someone interested in medicine, the chance to become a Certified Medical Scribe Professional (CMSP™) is unlike any other opportunity available. It offers exciting one-on-one collaboration with a physician and is unprecedented in its level of exposure to natural medicine in practice.
This online training program is for individuals new to healthcare or those looking to expand their knowledge in Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology before learning How to Scribe.
Qualities of a Medical Scribe
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, projected growth for Medical Records and Health Information Technicians is 9% from 2020 to 2030. The widespread use of electronic health records in the medical industry increases the demand for medical scribes who can manage and organize the information. The increase in demand also results from a growing need by physicians to find affordable and effective ways to offer more efficient care to patients and streamline processes.
See the latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report for Medical Records and Health Information Specialists
This program is designed for individuals who are new to healthcare or individuals who are looking to increase their knowledge in the areas of Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology prior to learning How to Scribe. This program can be completed in less than four months by a student who can allocate 10 hours per week to their studies.
Summary of the information covered in this training program:
- Introduction to Med Terminology
- Organization of the Body
- Med Specialists and Case Reports
- Body Systems 1
- Body Systems 2
- Diagnostics and Abbreviations
Anatomy & Physiology
- A&P – Learning the Language
- Cells, Tissues, and Systems
- Skeletal and Muscle Systems
- Integumentary System
- Nervous Systems
- Special Senses and Endocrine System
- Cardiovascular System; Respiratory System
- Lymphatic and Immune Systems
- Gastrointestinal System
- Urinary System
- Reproductive System
How to Scribe
- Introduction to How to Scribe
- Scribe Overview
- HIPAA for Scribes
- Medical Language
- Fundamental of Chief Complaint
- Fundamentals of History
- Fundamentals of ROS
- Fundamentals of PMH/FH/SH
- Fundamentals of PE
- Fundamentals of Medical Decision
- Scribe Documentation
- Chart Elements
- Lab and Diagnostic
- Charting Practice
- Final Exam
Students completing this program can sit for the Medical Scribe Certification Exam (MSCETM) administered by AHDPG and/or the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) exam administered by the National HealthCareer Association.
The all-inclusive program fee covers everything a student needs to successfully complete the Medical Scribe Professional program, including:
This program qualifies for the MyCAA Tuition Assistance Program sponsored by the Department of Defense—a program designed for military spouses.
Medical Scribe / Medical Office Management Program Instructor
Crissy’s career in healthcare began at the age of 21 after completing the North Mississippi Medical Center’s Medical Transcription program from Itawamba Community College on June 29, 2000. Crissy worked as a Medical Transcriptionist (now called Healthcare Documentation Specialist) until 2012. It was at that point Crissy discovered and made the transition into the exciting world of Medical Scribe. This new journey took Crissy from sitting at home for 12 years listening to doctors dictate to actually moving into the exam room alongside the clinician during the patient encounter. In Crissy’s own words “I was mesmerized. Where had this been all my life?”
Crissy moved quickly from scribing to training and then to managing the scribe program at her local hospital and before she knew it, she had worked her way into upper management. Following this Crissy, had the opportunity to implement and manage several scribe programs from Maryland to Miami. In 2015, the company was acquired by a larger scribe company and Crissy made the next transition into office administration. Crissy spent the next five years in office administration.
In March 2020, Crissy joined AHDPG. She brings a unique skill set to our team and the students. She has worked as an office manager dealing with the various aspects of regulations, billing & coding and can attest to how documentation ties it all together!
Crissy currently resides in Northeast Mississippi with her husband and three sons.
What Our Students Are Saying
“Yes, I did enjoy the course very much. I appreciate the level of guidance included in each section. I was able to navigate through the course with ease, so that made life a lot easier. Thank you all for that! I did learn quite a bit, which I have already been applying to my current position, and am very grateful for this experience! I will be recommending this program to my colleagues.”
Michiana Hematology-Oncology, PC
“I’ve enjoyed the course very much. I’ve gained a lot of insight into what it takes to scribe and I hope that I have the opportunity to find employment in the field soon. Thank you for your help and support throughout.”
“I learned a lot during this course, and feel much more prepared to begin working as a scribe. Thank you so much!”