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(skrīb), Jewish scholar and teacher (called in Hebrew, Soferim) of law as based upon the Old Testament and accumulated traditions. The work of the scribes laid the basis for the Oral Law, as distinct from the Written Law of the Torah. The period of their activity is in doubt. They may have been active from the time of Ezra (c.444 B.C.) to that of Simeon the Just. In Talmudic literature, the term may be applied to any interpreter of the Law from Moses to the period just before the compilation of the MishnaMishna
, in Judaism, codified collection of Oral Law—legal interpretations of portions of the biblical books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy and other legal material. Together with the Gemara, or Amoraic commentary on the Mishna, it comprises the Talmud.
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1. Old Testament a recognized scholar and teacher of the Jewish Law
2. Judaism a man qualified to write certain documents in accordance with religious requirements

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Augustin Eugène . 1791--1861, French author or coauthor of over 350 vaudevilles, comedies, and libretti for light opera

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A text-formatting language by Brian Reid.
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Practice management literature and an article in The New York Times have anecdotally described the benefits of scribes in clinical practice (10-12) with the latter noting that, "Physicians who use [scribes] say they feel liberated from the constant note-taking .
A person who is serving in a medical scribe role is a "personal assistant to the physician; performing documentation in the [electronic health record], gathering information for the patient's visit, and partnering with the physician to deliver the pinnacle of efficient patient care," according to Scribe America, the largest US company that employs scribes, providing their services to hospitals, emergency departments, and outpatient care and urgent care facilities, etc.
Augmedix is essentially a scribe service with a modern twist.
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Regardless of the opinions on the new health records system, however, one business model is unquestionably booming because of them: medical scribes, and the companies that train them.
The American College of Medical Scribe Specialists is the nation's only nonprofit professional society representing more than 15,000 Medical Scribes in over 1,300 medical institutions.
One solution to address all the various issues associated with the documentation process is to employ medical scribes.
Eastside Specialty Scribes was started by emergency physician Brad Kilcline, MD, following requests from his colleagues to borrow his emergency department scribes for their specialty practices.
The conclusions are that most scribes do not diverge from the text and that most corrections remove divergences (but only a fraction of a percent of divergence in the direct copies and only 3-4 percent in the cognate copies).
We were clearly briefed that we shouldn't be anywhere near scribes.
However, Fisher instead posits that 'the true threat of scribes was their competence' (p.
Scribes have been most popular in hospitals and emergency departments where the expense may be less of a hurdle than elsewhere, but they work in outpatient settings as well.