June 6, 2022

5 Tempting and Exciting Reasons To Take Online Programs

5 Great Reasons To Take Online Programs Are you looking to make a career change and found yourself stumbling across online learning? There are many exciting […]
September 16, 2021
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One Thousand Virtual Scribe Positions Available!

AQuity Solutions’ 1,000 Virtual Scribe Positions Aquity Solutions has recently reached out to us and asked us to fill the 1,000 new Virtual Scribe Positions they […]
April 23, 2020
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What is the CanScribe Student Support Like

Ask CanScribe Graduates At CanScribe, we aim to help you reach your goals, solve your problems, and answer your questions. Here, our graduates answer questions highlighting […]
February 11, 2020
Unusual Medical Conditions

Unusual Medical Conditions

  Unusual medical conditions We all know there are strange ailments out there, but what follows is a collection of documented unusual medical conditions. Exploding Head […]
September 22, 2014

Medical Plurals and Exceptions

Quick Plural References for Healthcare Documentation Specialists Wouldn't it be just fantastic if all we had to do with a word to make it plural would be to add a simple "s" at the end? Unfortunately, it isn't that simple...there are a lot of grammar rules in the English language, and medical words complicate things even more! Fortunately, there are many resources to help Medical Transcriptionists, including the Book of Style. Below is a summary of the common rules and exceptions that you will come across in your MT career.

July 7, 2014
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Learning The Language of Medicine

Learning the language of medicine is like learning any other; you need to read it, write it, and SPEAK it…at least, that’s my take on it. When you learn a language like Russian or Japanese or Spanish, you are taught to read it and write it, as we are taught to do with our medical language too. However, you also immerse yourself in it and you speak it a lot; you’re encouraged to talk the new language whenever you can and say “hello” and “goodbye” and “what’s your name?” in the new language, right? You are encouraged to “wrap your tongue” around that unfamiliar language just as quickly as possible and as often as possible right from the start.

July 26, 2013
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Online Training: 4 Important Questions To Ask

Consider This Important Checklist When Narrowing Down Online Schools Online training can be looked upon as ‘the unknown’ and many people wonder if these schools are […]
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