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True, but good grief. HIPAA is such an essential word to - their career, they enforce that law SM

Posted: Oct 7th, 2019 - 2:43 pm In Reply to: RHITs have exposure to MT and - Coding in their course

so it's only right that they at least spell it correctly.

It makes them look ignorant, stupid, lazy, or all three.

The point of the post from what I'm seeing is not their coding or MT skills, it's the fact that a required word (acronym) of their field of supposed expertise and they don't have the brains to spell it correctly or are too lazy to proofread their own work. That error isn't one that requires a degree in MT or coding to be able to avoid it.

Don't they have to be recertified or renew or test every year or so? Is that error going to be let go on their testing?

If an attorney sees that error in court documents, that can tear a case to shreds, implying if they are that careless with one word, how many other errors are in their defense?

It's still sloppy, lazy, and careless of someone who should know better in a professional capacity.

You all point out the lack of an apostrophe and crucify the OP for that. I doubt most of you run your posts through spellcheck.


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