time capsule 2009Well folks.  Have a read from many well knowns in the MT industry from 2009 on a few blogs contained in the link below.  I maintain my continued stand.  Our industry needs to be managed, regulated, enforced, standardized, whatever word you choose to use, and taught how to perform proper quality management activities.  And yes, many of these people have flown the coop by now, it appears.  The Future of Medical Transcription (2009).

How do you think these industry professionals did on their predictions?  Comment below.

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  1. Name Hidden Due to Privacy - December 2, 2015, 9:50 am

    The future is not bright. However, It is still difficlt to understand how anyone could save money by hiring newbies, paying less, and losing all the fast, accurate and experienced transcriptionists. In the long run, it is going to implode somewhere. These predictions have come true, but I predict if we don’t have a standardized and unionized organization, it won’t iomprove.

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