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His eyes had fallen to the words on the top paper in his hands--"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites
And, when he found that the key was no longer in the box, he nevertheless ran to the Rue Scribe.
I beg your pardon, madame, could you tell me where to find a gate or door, made of bars, iron bars, opening into the Rue Scribe.
He told me that thou wast on the road to much honour as a scribe.
Yes, that am I - a scribe, when I am a Sahib, but it is set aside when I come as thy disciple.
In due time I take service under the Government as a scribe -'
She cites Aristophanes as certainly a Theban scribe from Djeme, who owned property in the village among the professional scribes that wrote legal and administrative documents.
This pilot study found that the use of scribes improved both, without negatively affecting the patient experience.
One involves the use of trained scribes, who come from a variety of backgrounds and are charged with writing down, or scribing, what the physician says.
Rejecting the usual division assumed between scribe and author, Matthew Fisher reimagines the role of scribes in shaping vernacular historical writings in late medieval England, stressing their role as careful readers, correctors, and engaged writers, not merely copyists.
To address the issue of the physician's needing to take time to input information into the EHR, some practices have begun to use medical scribes in the form of a person who is in the room during the visit and is trained to write a note as the doctor sees the patient.
In addition, through a feature the company calls "concierge service," Augmedix scribes have the ability to display data to the physician upon request.