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Do they use MT-World software? Is it Word based? Easy? Productive? Thx. nm

Posted By: wandering on 2006-04-28
In Reply to: I have been working for them for 6---- - ZYLOMT


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MT-World Transcription - which is word-based. nm
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The platform is not Word, but it is Word-based. I
had little Word experience and the recruiter told me to try to find a book to learn the basics of Word as their program is Word-based. 
THis is probably the same, as their ad mentions MT-World software. Now if they'd only
MT-World is software program
MT-World used to be its own company out of Dallas, Texas, but now it's software only for transcription services. Zylomed and American Transcription Services in Florida use MT-World software and merged with that company.
MT world software info

It does work around MS word...using your copy of word on your machine,..so you have to have your own spellcheck and Expander or have autocorrect set up

A year ago, they were using MT World software. Don't
They use DOS-based software sm
Medtype and Medrite. Nothing done in Word. All DOS-even email. Use PC anywhere for file transfer over phone line. 6 cents per line to start. QA 98-100 is very difficult to get and maintain. They supply equipment.
Use MT-World software, offered 8-1/4 cpl for experience, cap MIGHT be 9 cpl. nm
They use MT-World software and only offered me 8-1/4 cpl for experience. nm
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MW also uses their own software, Merit, which is very easy and organized. nm
They have Scribe and Allscripts for Ortho. Both are internet based and easy to use. sm
I should mention that I do not know if those are the only two, but I think they are the majority of the accounts.
It can if it is word based
Any word based Expander can be copied over into Medware.
DVI - MS Word based
Older posts said they still use a DOS-based software and have a 1600 lpd requirement. nm
But I thought that was not Word-based. Is it? nm
Is Emdat word-based?
Is that a Word-based platform?
I just applied for that position and they e-mailed me with some questions.
Meditech word-based?
Anyone working for company that uses this?  From my understanding they count lines according to the amount of minutes you type.   Those of you experienced on this version of Meditech, please share some insight.  Thanks.
Word based platform
Are there any GOOD companiesthat work on a Word-based platform?
they run off a word-based platform
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What is Iscriptor (Word based??) and ... NM
No, it's not Word based at all, totally different...nm
It's the ExText software. Easy to use. Has it's own expander, if you want, and line counting b
Their own platform. Shorthand, Word based. nm
It's not word based - keystroke combos are different. NM
Sounds great! Is it Word-based?
I am totally clueless about it!
yes, it is word based. And very user friendly. IMO.
It's Rapid Text-a Word-based
program. It has most of the templates built in. Very user friendly. Pretty much, if you can type in Word, you can use this platform.
Is the platform good? Word-based? Is the new
position still recruiting? Just passed the written and doing the transcription next..
?If it's not Word-based, it shares a lot of the same commands..sm
So whatever. Ctrl-C, V, X, etc. Agree it can be slow but has gotten better. By far not the best I've used, but also not the worst. Almost last, though. ShortHand is crap, but you can use IT. Good luck.
Word based expanders work with Merit
Hope that helps
iType is word based, iText Expander SM...
is included in the program and it works great for me. They were able to import my old PRD files right into it. Cost zero. You do need your own spellchecker. Pretty good program, reasonably MT friendly.
It is their own platform but not word based. Shorthand is the macro stuff.
Pretty decent place to work.
What in your experience is the most efficient Word-based radiology platform to work on? nm
RE: What in your experience is the most efficient Word-based radiology platform to work on? nm
Similar. ExText is Word based. I prefer it to Meditech for ease of use.nm
Is Apex an internet word-based platform? Havent heard of it...
Basic word books, spellchecker, expansion software...$450/500?? nm
No special software. Just copy and paste the report you typed to Microsoft Word on your
computer. Under the Tools menu, select Word Count. Characters are listed with or without spaces. Take the total of either and divide by 65 to get your line count. Then match that with what your company is giving you for a line count.

If you don't have Microsoft Word, then you can download a free trial of Abacus line counting software from the internet.