Has a physician ever wanted a EMR staff worker or the alias medical staff worker to do some EMR assisting during holiday hours? You know while a physician is shopping and spending all that "I say hi to my patients in the hospital money." A physician can go home order or personal chef whip up a batch of delicious food and just worry about what to wear for that holiday day. EMR Staffing, is such a paid service that assists physicians to get with it regarding notes, prescriptions and their pertinent tests that patients want to discuss results over and the other labs that have to be reconciled along with medications. Our EMR staffers are experienced in electronic medical records and are very proficient in getting prescriptions or other information necessary to a patient or other medical facility when needed. While a physician is entertaining 150 guests at their lavish home or estate they need not worry about having to get online and do actual work all by their lonesome. I know this takes all the fun out of the holidays, because there is a physician in the house. It really becomes a bummer because now you have to be sober and avoid that wine and beer as you eek out that progress note to send to your colleague or other healthcare professional. EMR staffing can help, we really can and with a starting fee of $20 an hour our staffers can help coordinate a patients medical or EMR chart so that once the orchestra leaves your home, you will have nothing to worry about regarding having all pre-op and emergency care follow-up visit information readily available along with those pharmaceutical requests. Our motto at EMR Staffing is:"What's it worth?". As you say, "Why so much?" Oh please, that banquet you paid for was quite a bundle along with your holiday gift giving ideas. We know life is about giving, some more than others and paying medical workers seems to be the area of sacrifice. Here at EMR Staffing we think this is unfortunate and really downright evil. Think of all that these people do and most of them without compensation- you know what I mean. Why is that? These medical staff workers or EMR people shouldn't be expected to pay their bills by being "festive" or become dependent on other people like parents to do this for them. Let's be realistic and avoid the ho, ho, ho way of life. Not everybody was meant for a reality show and of course the choosen are few. EMR Staffing not only for the holidays but for that year round extra assistance!
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