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Keyboard shortcuts....You use them every day to make your work flow smoothly, or - in some cases - to make your work flow, period. In all honesty, I use some of them so often that I have no idea where to find those functions on the ribbon! (Copy? Paste? Undo? I haven't done those with a mouse in YEARS!) And I know I'm not alone. In the content that I manage, it is THE most popular subject, and generates the most feedback, with Excel users leading the charge. So, in response to an…
How to Transcribe Diagnostic Lab Data
A medical transcriptionist will transcribe all kinds of diagnostic data in their lifetime. Learn more about TFTs, LFTs, cardiac enzymes, coagulation panels, and cholesterol profiles.
How To Get Work – eBook
You have the knowledge. You have the skills. You have the equipment. Now market yourself to get the work! Medical transcriptionists have many options, e.g., ind…
Why Choose Career Step for Medical Coding Education? | Career Step Blog
Career Step is an outstanding choice for medical coding and billing education because we’re a leader in career training programs specific to medical coding and billing. If you’re already one of our students, congrats on choosing one of the best programs out there! You can train with the confidence of knowing that you’re being prepared …
Intuitive Research: Enhance Medical Terminology Skills - Career Step Blog
In our previous posts, you may have noticed that we talked a lot about technological developments that affect the medical transcription field—electronic medical records, home office equipment, and speech recognition software. All of these things have and will continue to change and evolve. There is at least one thing, however, that remains the same. Even …
Text Expanders | Addressing the Acronym Phenomenon | CareerStep Blog
We’ve all been in an intense conversation with someone when all of a sudden that uncomfortable pause occurs when they receive a text message, and they
How to Calculate Medical Transcription Pay Rates
The average medical transcriptionist earns $9.22 to $12.33 per hour in her first year up to $14.38-$19.03 after20 years, according to PayScale.com. But most medical transcriptionist aren't paid by the hour. The standard rate is calculated by character line count.