Every pediatrician has 1440 minutes a day.

Learn how using a scribe can put more of those minutes back in your day while adding money to your wallet.

Be an Executive

If you see four patients an hour and average $150 per patient in collections, your time is worth $600 per hour or more. Learn to delegate like a highly-trained executive.

improve patient satisfaction

Give every patient the one-on-one attention they want and deserve. Ensure every task is completed accurately and timely.

improve your bottom line

When you work more efficiently, you’ll see more patients and improve your bottom line. All while reducing your documentation strain.

Hello! I’m Katrina.

Independent Pediatrician, Advocate, and Yarn Junkie

I built my practice from the ground up right out of residency. I quickly realized that the frenetic pace of a solo, small-town doc was not compatible with the life I wanted to lead — you know, one with other humans in it — so I started exploring ways to maximize my efficiency in and out of the office. I’m on a mission to live the most fulfilled life, and I want to help you do the same.  

My practice is not perfect, and it’s constantly evolving, but I want every pediatrician to feel fully rewarded for the work she does.  I took the time to create this material because I’ve met so many struggling pediatricians whose greatest obstacle to professional success is themselves.  

What’s Included?

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Who, What, When, Why, and How?

All these questions are answered in this 47-page PDF document, complete with real life examples from a practice that has used scribes for nearly a decade.

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Useful tools

I’ve included a printable checklist and job description you can use when on-boarding your new scribe so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel.

mindset

Your workflow change won’t be successful if you can’t embrace your new indentity as the CEO of your time. We’ll cover the mindset behind effectively delegating to your scribe so you can reclaim the time you’ve been losing doing your staffs’ jobs.

I’m here to help.

Do you love the idea of finding more time for yourself and your family? Maybe you want to start a new hobby, cook more dinners, or help with homework. Or maybe you’re ready to tackle more of the management work at your practice.

That’s awesome! This book will help you.

But if you aren’t quite sure where to start or you want a little extra guidance, I’m here for you. I love seeing pediatricians succeed and I want that for you too. I’d love to work with you to develop a plan specific for you and your office.