Becoming an MT

Becoming an MT

I had a decades-old medical transcription certificate from college, I had the terminology background, I had an associates degree in health information management, a former accredited records technician (we call them RHITs now).  I started snooping around to see how I could break into the field of medical transcription while I found something creative to »

Newsletter: September 24, 2013

Newsletter: September 24, 2013

The MyMT Newsletter! September 24, 2013 I Hate My Job! Fed up with the misconceptions about the sales of speech recognition technology and EMR, our jobs being shipped to other countries, the decrease in pay, working endless hours for NO pay, feeling disrespected, wondering why no one will listen to the value we bring to »

Newsletter: September 17, 2013

Newsletter: September 17, 2013

The MyMT Newsletter! September 17, 2013 The Red Bead Experiment Today, a Facebook poster mentioned it again.  More QA rules!  Deming, one of the great quality management leaders of our time, demonstrates the folly of focusing on employee errors in this entertaining and brief video   Deming asserts that humans make errors, that systems should be »

Newsletter: September 10, 2013

Newsletter: September 10, 2013

Your MyMT.me Newsletter!   MyNews LISTVERSE on Medical Quackery...or Genius?  Lightening up the news a little this week.  Who's a quack or who's all that?  LISTVERSE serves up 10 professed quacks, while readers' comments sometimes argue.  Dr Chamberlen invented the Anodyne Necklace to aid in the health of children's teeth AND women's labor.  Going down »

Newsletter: August 21, 2013

Newsletter: August 21, 2013

Your MyMT.me Newsletter! News of the Week The Times of India on Offshoring   This past week we witnessed two petitions circulating demanding the cessation of offshoring medical transcription jobs.  But, what do the Indians think about the effect offshoring has on their country?  An interesting article and comments about offshoring from The Times of »

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