Friday, May 21, 2010



Many medical transcriptionists telecommute from home-based offices,  while others work in medical facilities such as hospitals, physicians' offices, or clinics. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, facilities prefer to hire transcriptionists who have earned associate's degrees or completed certificate programs.  More to read..... 


These degrees and certificates can be completed online . Online programs offer courses in anatomy , medical terminology, as well as English grammar and punctuation. For those already holding degrees , online refresher courses can keep transcriptionists updated and affirm their competence  with the evolving world of medicine.  More to read.....


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