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Healthcare Documentation

From Student to CEO: The Success Story of a CanScribe Graduate

Posted by Chelsea Noel on January 17, 2017 in Courses Graduate Testimonials Healthcare Documentation Online Learning Work from Home

Many employers of Medical Transcriptionists throughout North America specifically seek out CanScribe graduates… And some of those employers are CanScribe graduates themselves. As a graduate of CanScribe’s Medical Transcription/Healthcare Documentation program over 10 years ago, Emily Fardy is now reaping the rewards of her hard work. She currently teaches a college transcription course and runs

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What’s the Difference Between ICD-9 and ICD-10?

Posted by Chelsea Noel on October 28, 2016 in Healthcare Documentation Medical Terminology

Are you looking to enhance your career and transition towards Medical Coding? You should know that the coding standards have recently changed. Since 1979, ICD-9 has been the main method of coding in the United States. An updated version, ICD-10 surfaced in 1999. However, the United States recently made the switch to ICD-10 as the national standard coding method. So what’s the

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How to Impress a Potential Employer and Write a Great Resume

Posted by Justin Gaudet on September 14, 2016 in Healthcare Documentation

By Cindy Michael, VP, A+Network Transcription What qualities does A+Network Transcription look for when interviewing potential Medical Transcriptionists and QA Editors?  After 40 years in the industry, I believe the core values of a great medical transcriptionist or QAE remain essentially the same.  Several qualities quickly come to mind – professionalism, dependability, reliability, conscientiousness, great

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Computers Don’t Fly

Posted by Justin Gaudet on August 17, 2016 in Graduate Support Healthcare Documentation

Reflecting back, there are many things I wished I had worked harder at when studying to become a Medical Transcriptionist / Healthcare Documentation Specialist. I wish I would have practiced developing my listening ear more with the difficult dictators that I like to call the auctioneers (amongst other names that I will not mention); the

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