Virtual Medical Scribe

Over 25+ Healthcare Providers are served

Research says that a 4-minute encounter with a patient takes 12 minutes for a Healthcare Provider to document the charts in the EHR


Lesser time, more patients!

By leveraging our Virtual Medical Scribes, our HealthCare Providers see one additional patient an hour, enhance patient care and save two hours per day of chart documentation in the EHR. Thus our HealthCare Providers get to see 5 to 7 additional patients a day and obtain $7,040 to $9,856 additional reimbursement per month.


Live Documentation of patient charts, which includes HPI, ROS, P/E and others


Capturing of ICD/CPT codes


Capturing eRx


Updation of Lab reports to the patient Charts.


Processing Referral Letters and Operative Notes


To reduce Revenue Cycle

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Get to know what they have to say

My patients are happy I no longer look into the computer while I encounter them. I highly recommend MedScribe360-Aegis

Dr. Herzog

Memorial Medical

"I'm blessed to have a Scribe with Aegis. I'm now able to document the charts per the guidelines and I'm able to sign-off the charts right after seeing my patients"

Ms. McKelvin

Office Manager

I do not have to worry about working after reaching home to complete my charts. I now have more family time.

Dr. Steven J



Frequently Asked Questions

Will I have a dedicated Medical Scribe?

Yes, we provide you a dedicated Medical Scribe along with a secondary backup scribe.

Is there a free trial?

Yes, we offer a no-obligation trial for 1 to 2 weeks before you sign-up for our service.

What are the specialties you cover?

We assign a specialty-specific Medical Scribe. Some of the specialties that we cover include Family Practice, Cardiologists, OBGYNs, Pediatrics, Pain Management, Podiatrists and Ophthalmologists.

Is your service HIPAA Compliant?

Yes, we comply with the HIPAA regulations and guidelines.

What are your working hours ?

We usually work

How does your Medical Scribe communicate with us?

We communicate with doctors via a HIPAA Compliant program called VSee. VSee Messenger facilitates HIPAA compliancy in two ways:

  1. It protects data privacy and securely encrypts all audio/video communication.
  2. VSee offers the HIPAA-required Business Associate Agreement, where VSee agrees to be responsible for keeping all patient information secure and for reporting any breach of personal health information immediately.
Is there a monthly minimum?

No, we charge you based on the number of hours you use our Medical Scribes.

Do your Medical Scribes help with prescriptions and lab orders?

Yes, our Medical Scribes help doctors with ordering prescriptions and labs under the supervision of the doctors.

Do your Medical Scribes help meet the documentation guidelines set by CMS/MIPS/MACRA?

Yes, our Medical Scribes are trained to assist doctors in meeting CMS/MIPS/MACRA guidelines. Our Medical Scribes actively participate in MIPA/MACRA webinars to keep themselves updated on the changes.

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Sign-up for no-obligation one-week trial call to see how a virtual medical scribe can help you ease your work without busting your payroll budget.

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Kaiser Permanente Research

Kaiser Permanente Research

Kaiser Permanente has performed an analysis on the outcome of Medical Scribes. Kaiser Permanente has figured out that Medical Scribes, Reduce Physicians’ reporting workload Improve performance and workflow, and Patient-physician engagement....

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