Saturday, July 12, 2014

Medical Transcriptionists: Standing Up for Their Rights

Medical Transcriptionists: Standing Up for Their Rights

Medical transcriptionists have an integral role in the healthcare system. They translate recordings dictated by physicians and other health care professionals into written documents, reports and correspondence. How Are Medical Transcriptionists Educated? Medical transcriptionists do not have to have training after secondary schooling; there are many employers who prefer hiring transcriptionists who have had the extra training. Training occurs in various colleges, vocational schools and distance learning programs. The course work for medical transcriptionists includes proper English punctuation and grammar, medical terminology, anatomy and legal issues as they relate to documenting health care. Students may also complete training on the…

Pretty and Unlawful

Pretty and Unlawful

Estheticians have rules and regulations just as any other profession does. If you have a career in this field, you will need to have proper licensing and permits. You...
Buy Land – Not Law!

Buy Land – Not Law!

Each transaction in the field of real estate poses potential legal issues. Sellers and buyers sometimes sue real estate agents or brokers, based on common or statutory law. If...
The Challenges Of Being Nature Friendly

The Challenges Of Being Nature Friendly

Zoologists study the world of animals and their habitats. Primarily biologists, they study animals at times in their natural habitats. Although it is an interesting and rewarding career, they...
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