July 13, 2017
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7 Tips for Surviving Summer as a Student

[feature-image alt=‘’ layout=‘’ size=‘’] Now that the school year has come to end, most students are free to enjoy long hot days spent poolside or at […]
March 22, 2017
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Medical Transcription Bloopers and Blunders

[feature-image alt=‘’ layout=‘’ size=‘’] A career in Medical Transcription/Healthcare Documentation is no walk in the park. Medical Transcription bloopers happen… often. Between deciphering accents and mumbles […]
March 8, 2017
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Check, Please! 5 Tips for Proofreading Your Transcription Reports

[feature-image alt=‘’ layout=‘’ size=‘’] Avoid Making Simple Errors There are worse things than making a proofreading mistake involving a concept you know really well, but it […]
January 17, 2017
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From Student to CEO: The Success Story of a CanScribe Graduate

[feature-image alt=‘’ layout=‘’ size=‘’] Many employers of Medical Transcriptionists throughout North America specifically seek out CanScribe graduates… And some of those employers are CanScribe graduates themselves. […]
February 11, 2015
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4 Ways to Increase Productivity (and Make More Money)

Every medical transcriptionist from time to time wonders how to increase their work production and pay check. Your MTSO (employer) may give you a minimum line count to meet, and fulfilling that requirement sooner may free up your schedule for the rest of the day. Here are a few tips that our MT instructors have found helpful over the years to increase their productivity and accuracy - whether you worked as an independent contractor or employee for a hospital or clinic. 1. Save your keystrokes Invest in a good word expander. Word expanders are programs that allow you...

November 3, 2014
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How to Write a Cover Letter Work from Home Edition

Your chosen career field in Medical Transcription is unique in that much of the MT population works from home in a virtual environment. For that reason, the cover letter and resume that you construct invariably create the impression, and it could be your only chance to engage a prospective employer! It is critical that you make an outstanding first impression that will urge an employer to take a closer look. As a new graduate, you will want to take advantage of this first impression by creating a captivating cover letter and supporting resume. Tips for Writing Your Cover Letter

August 5, 2014
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Improve Your Chances of Being Considered For a Job

If you are thinking about replying to a job posting, make sure you are responding in a way that is going to improve your chances of being considered. Follow the application instructions carefully This is probably the first time you will come in contact with the employer, and it is true that first impressions are extremely important. In order to handle job applications in a professional and efficient manner, employers have certain processes that they ask applicants to follow. This employer asked that the applicant simply submit their resume. If 'Jane' wanted more information...

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