While brand new transcriptionists are likely to improve faster in their typing speed, the most of experienced typists will eventually hit the dreaded plateau. In this article, our grad Catherine Caccavella shares her experience of how she overcame a plateau and increased production rate as a medical transcriptionist. What Catherine found was astonishing! Keep reading! Tools
Struggling with making a big choice in life? Toss a coin! Just kidding, flipping a coin isn’t always an option when it comes to life-altering decisions. Fortunately, there is a perfect decision-making method for those times when you simply can’t decide which course to take. In this article, you will learn about the Regret Minimization Framework.
It takes a lot of commitment and grit to successfully change careers, regardless of how old you are. One of our recent graduates, Susan Vasilinda, started the MT/HDS course at the age of 60. Today, she is successfully employed with one of the top MT/HDS employers in the industry. In our interview, Susan shared her story,
Let’s face it, being a military spouse comes with a lot of challenges. Relocating all the time and interrupting your career development is definitely on the top of that list. Fortunately, we live in a digital world. This means that you can build a steady career working from home, no matter where life takes you.
Let’s face it, when it comes to money, sometimes it’s not how much you make, it’s how much you save. And believe it or not, you can save a lot, working from home as a Medical Transcriptionist/Healthcare Documentation Specialist. Yep, I am talking five figure savings here. I want you to meet someone. This is