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Just a guess... - ProMT

Posted: Feb 22nd, 2019 - 6:31 am In Reply to: Well - Mary

I transcribe on the back end of EHR and just want to mention that the text blocks filled in by office workers, including LPNs, RNs and receptionists, leaves a lot to be desired at times. Spelling, medical terminology, capitalization, doctor names, patient names etc., not to mention standard rules of transcription are frequently ignored. It's made medical records a true mess. IMHO that is because there is no substitute for an experienced transcriptionist. So while it is a good thing to learn as many skills as possible, no argument there, that is not a description of a "transcriptionist's" position.

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