Real Proofreading

Real Proofreading

I invite you to view a sample IME report that I recently reviewed.  I have doctored up the content and corrections to keep it unidentifiable, but also to give you some idea about what we do as IME QA specialists.  My peers can't believe that in the mainstream medical transcription industry, this type of process »

Transcription QA Tools – Part Two

Transcription QA Tools – Part Two

A few weeks ago, I wrote this post entitled, "Real QA for Medical Transcription."  To revisit the concept briefly, true quality management activities include data collection of information such that we can provide a picture of root causes of problems, thereby finding true solutions to those issues.  Nagging MTs to untangle terrible dictation is a »

REAL QA for Medical Transcription

REAL QA for Medical Transcription

I am reminded once again about my frustration with the "quality assurance" process we find in the medical transcription industry, and I have suggested the inappropriate manner in which we do this to the ends of the earth.  In a recent online discussion I had with Jay Vance, (President, AHDI), Jay mentions to me that »

Quality Management – Fixing Human Errors

Quality Management – Fixing Human Errors

I am reminded once again about my frustration with the "quality assurance" process we find in the medical transcription industry, and I have suggested the inappropriate manner in which we do this to the ends of the earth.  In a recent online discussion I had with Jay Vance, (President, AHDI), Jay mentions to me that »