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Punctuality
Task done on time or before the designated time is called Punctuality. Remember your school/college days. How often you have stepped into the class after your professor had started. It's not a big deal then, but in a working atmosphere punctuality matters a lot. You may be a skillful or multitasking worker but...
Professionalism
The Webster English dictionary defines professionalism as the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person. To understand what is a profession, first we need to know the difference between a job and a profession...


Transcription tips
Try to apply logic while transcribing any file. If you are doing a Cardiology file, keep in mind the terminology and drugs of cardiac related problems. This will make your work easy and help you give quality output. Having enough sample documents is always useful while transcribing. Most of the time from samples...
Side Headings
To separate a particular subject from the rest of the text we use side headings. In medical transcription we come across various kinds of medical reports also known as work types and these work types carry side headings in them based on the subject. For example, History or History of present illness is a common side heading...
Client Specifications
Guidelines set by the client or the hospital to do their work in a certain specified format is called client specification.  AAMT guidelines are the fundamental rules which every Medical Transcriptionist should know.  AAMT guidelines gives you an overall information about specifications and/or rules of transcription...
Feedback
Feedback is the process in which the output of an action is returned to modify the next action. You all know that in medical transcription we convert the audio format into text format and in this process the chances are that we may listen something and type something wrong and for that you will get a feedback so that you can...
Keyboard Shortcuts
Command over computer keyboard is important in the field of Medical Transcription. You may have a good typing speed, but of what use if you do not know the keyboard shortcuts. Moving in the document with ease is very essential. Look at the keyboard, see closely on keys "F" and "J"; you can see hyphen-like markings on those keys...
Home Transcription
If an MT works from home it is called home-based transcription. MTs working from home are called HMTs (Home Medication Transcriptionist) or IMTs (Independent Medical Transcriptionist). Who is fit to take up home based transcription work and what are its requirements...


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