Cardiology Scribe Course
The Cardiology Scribe Course offers medical charting instruction and specialized lessons that review the heart and blood vessels along with symptoms, treatments, and procedures you will document as a scribe in cardiology.
Cardiology Scribe Course Overview
This online cardiology scribe course can be completed from a computer, laptop or smartphone. All materials are included
learn at your own pace
Videos, quizzes and cardiology clinical practice scenarios help test your knowledge. You can start at any time
Medical scribe certification
Become a certified Cardiology scribe to demonstrate your specialty-specific knowledge to employers or schools
Learn how to behave during sensitive situations you may experience while working in cardiology
Our General and Cardiology scribe courses are bundled together for well-rounded learning
Practice in Real-time
Listen to a cardiologist interact with a patient and practice scribing, then review with a scribe trainer
Cardiology Scribe Course Description
This course will prepare you to work as a medical scribe in the specialty of Cardiology. You will learn about many presenting problems that affect the cardiovascular system, managing chronic conditions, procedures or surgery, and follow-up care. Learn how a cardiologist evaluates patients and how to document cases of heart attack, stroke, chest pain and common conditions – like high cholesterol and high blood pressure. After completing this course, you will know what is expected of you before your first day on the job. Video lessons are followed by quizzes to reinforce your learning.
This in-depth cardiology scribe course covers topics specific to this specialty including:
- Anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system
- Medical charting specific to cardiology
- Common presenting symptoms and conditions
- Diagnostic testing for cardiovascular disease
- Risk factors and comorbidities
- Cardiovascular system imaging
- Management of cardiovascular disease
- Cardiovascular procedures
- Cardiology terminology and abbreviations
- Cardiovascular medications
- Practice clinical scenarios
How will this course help me succeed?
Knowing what it takes to be a cardiology scribe and how to function in the clinical environment can prepare you to discuss these topics and more in career and professional school interviews. Our clinical scribe courses will help you build a solid foundation of knowledge in medical terminology, professionalism as a medical scribe and proper medical chart documentation.
How do I know if I’ll be good at scribing?
Scribing takes practice! Each lesson includes quiz questions and vocabulary terms to support your learning. Every course also features clinical practice scenarios, where you will listen to a doctor visit and fill out a medical chart in real-time. Then review with a scribe trainer.
Who is this course for?
- Individuals interested in becoming a cardiology scribe.
- Employers who wish to streamline their training process.
- Existing medical professionals, like cardiology medical assistants, who will add scribing to their duties.
Course Packages and Masterclass
Two course package: The Cardiology Scribe course is designed to build off of the General Medical Scribe Training course, so these courses are packaged together. With this course bundle, you will receive two complete scribe courses and two certificates for one low enrollment fee!
Three course package: Some problems with the cardiovascular system will require treatment at a hospital emergency department. The Emergency Medicine course is added to the two course package for training in this clinical environment.
Cardiology Scribe Masterclass: In many cases, a hospital emergency room or family medicine provider is the first stop for a person experiencing a cardiovascular system problem. Our Family Medicine Scribe course is added to the three course package to prepare students for the wide variety of visits in cardiology. This package prepares you for more clinical situations with exposure to additional presenting problems and extra clinical scenarios.
Cardiology Scribe Course Outline
Cardiology Scribe Course Review
“Taking this course is one the best decisions I’ve made. I’m applying to medical school and want to show I have clinical experience. As I was looking for scribe positions I came across this website and decided to take the course. Thanks to this course, I was well prepared for my interviews and recently started as a cardiology scribe.”
Cardiology Scribe Certification
A certificate is awarded for each course completed. You will be awarded a General Medicine Scribe certificate and a Cardiology Scribe certificate.
Each of our certificates comes with a unique identification number. You can provide this certificate to future employers or graduate schools and they can contact us to verify the authenticity of the certificate and your completion of the courses. The certificate is good for all states.
Cardiology Scribe Course Contributors
Devon Pace, MD
Prior to entering medical school, Dr. Pace functioned as a medical scribe for two years in the emergency medicine and primary care settings. He completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. Dr. Pace is currently a general surgery resident and pediatric surgery research fellow.
Maria Lopez, MD
Dr. Lopez worked more than two years as an emergency department virtual scribe for a large medical staffing company where she advanced to medical scribe supervisor and trainer. Building on this experience she then worked for one of the largest medical scribe companies as chief of telescribes, where she successfully trained medical scribes on electronic health record systems such as Meditech, MedHost and Cerner. Dr. Lopez’s experience provides broad insight on best practices and effective teaching strategies when delivering medical scribe services and training online.
Bryce Mooney, PhD
Dr. Mooney is managing director at Medical Scribes Training Institute. He has made a career of combining healthcare, technology and marketing. Recently, he served as chief technology officer for the largest online medical 3D printing community. He has performed market research for some of the largest pharma and medical device companies and worked at Accenture, Microsoft and Ancestry.com in various technology roles.
Britt Picuri, MS
Britt has a master’s degree in biomedical sciences and about 2 years of experience as a medical scribe in various settings, including the emergency department and urgent care clinics. She has experience working with both adult and pediatric populations. Her time as a medical scribe prepared her to take on additional roles in healthcare including work as a clinical research coordinator, medical writer, and pharmaceutical chemist. These experiences have given her a unique perspective on how to effectively integrate the fundamental knowledge of both pathophysiology and medical documentation to prepare students for their position as a medical scribe.
Cardiology Scribe Course Options
Cardiology + General Scribe Courses
2 Course Package
Cardiology Scribe Masterclass
4 Course Package
Cardiology + Emergency + General
3 Course Package
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