Portland, OR. Oct. 20, 2021 - Scribe-X, the nation’s premier medical scribe services company, will continue its long-standing tradition of supporting the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association and Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States Virtual Fall Conference on Oct. 25-27, 2021. Scribe-X will host a booth in the virtual exhibit hall.


Scribe-X is dedicated to tackling provider burnout, one of the largest threats community and migrant health centers face today. When left unmitigated, provider burnout leads to lower provider satisfaction, reduced hours, and higher turnover, which carry high financial costs.  


“Scribe-X has partnered with FQHCs for years to solve the growing issue of provider burden which has only been amplified by staffing shortages we’ve seen in every aspect of the health care community. A remote medical scribe program provides a critical resource to help health centers reduce administrative burdens, spend quality time with patients, and provide a revenue source to help improve fiscal health,” said Warren Johnson, CEO at Scribe-X.


Attendees of this year’s conference will hear from thought leaders and subject matter experts, as well as engage with peers and colleagues to remain at the forefront of primary care.