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Online Learning

Celebrating MT Week with M*Modal

Posted by Chelsea Noel on May 9, 2017 in Healthcare Documentation Online Learning Work from Home

May 14 to May 20, 2017 is National MT Week!  This time-honored tradition celebrates Medical Transcriptionists (MTs) everywhere and extols the multi-faceted skill set required to excel in this select profession. Healthcare Documentation is an essential component of the healthcare industry and MTs (or Healthcare Documentation Specialists) play a vital role in providing documentation that

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The Importance of Practicums

Posted by Chelsea Noel on April 11, 2017 in Career Advice Graduate Support Healthcare Documentation Online Learning Work from Home

Did you know that employers are willing to waive 2-5 years of experience when hiring CanScribe graduates? That’s because CanScribe thoroughly prepares students for the workforce. With a 100-hour practicum with leading Medical Transcription service providers throughout North America, CanScribe students graduate with the confidence of having had real work experience. What is a Practicum?

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Medical Transcription Bloopers and Blunders

Posted by Chelsea Noel on March 22, 2017 in Healthcare Documentation Online Learning Work from Home

A career in Medical Transcription/Healthcare Documentation is no walk in the park. Between deciphering accents and mumbles and untangling complicated dictated phrases, transcribing doctor reports can prove to be quite difficult. Everyone is bound to make a mistake once in awhile; developing a good listening ear takes practice through trial and error. When it comes to grading students’

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