Google Meditrans transcription -
Posted By: MTK on 2005-10-19
In Reply to: Who is MDI-MD? - BG
You should be able to get some information or link to a web site.
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All you have to do is Google medical transcription...
or look on these job boards/company boards at the different company names and then Google the company names and find out about them.
It is - Google Avenir and med transcription - sm
The first thing that pops up is BANGALORE and then a blurb about Avenir technologies, blah blah. Disgusting.
just google general transcription jobs
A lot of the jobs are for legal work, so I imagine you need a big English vocabulary and fast hands for lots and lots of lines.
Google Davis Transcription if you need information about them.
put number in google search--NetMed Transcription /nm
Google Davis Transcription and search the boards
There has been numerous posts.
Search Transcription Connection in Google Box at the top of board.
Has anyone worked for Sean Meditrans?
Not to open a can of worms, but is Meditrans of Norcross, GA an Indian company? nm
Can you say google
If you google, there are, but only 1 for MT.
YES, it is. It's in the BOS. Google it.
It is in the BOS 2nd edition on page 66 that it is customary to use single space after sentence. It also says it's determined by department, and it's basically optional otherwise as long as you are consistent.
I didn't just make it up. lol
You can google it
Did you google?
I did. Pops right up.
Yes, actually did google
Yes, you are correct.
That'd be a good place to start, x.
Go and Google it!
I wanted to find out more information about this company before I decided to send in my resume. I could not find anything by typing in the company name on Google, so I typed in the email address that was listed in the job posting. I found some interesting websites associated with this email account.....go and look!!!!!!!!
Use the google box just above your
post. It does the more recent stuff.
Can't find anything on Google, but
Did they post somewhere? Can you glean a potential site address off of their email, if they did post something?
Hopefully it's a tiny company that pays wonderfully, has clear docs, and turns out to be the perfect job.
Google keylogger (sm)
My first day I was so frustrated, during my break I went to check MT Jobs, I immediately got 2 IM's and a phone call.......and a raise! Imagine that, how would they know otherwise?
Do a Google search for
Cbay India Maryland transcription
and see what comes up. Nearly 1,000 hits. Honestly, you can do better than that.
There is a Google box right under the words
type in what you want to search and then click the circle beside 'mtstars' located right below the Google box, then search. This will bring up archives on your topic, if there are any.
Do a Google search here. You don't want
Sure there is. Use the Google box on this page, not your
Some posts down below and use Google box
Google didn't help me:(
Found at least 2 MT companies for OSI. Which OSi is getting the bad rap?
found this on Google.
Northeast Transcription, Incorporated (NTI), established in 1994 joined MD-IT
Many posts about them as TTS. Use the Google box on this
You have giggles in your google -
Google the name and the company name
google it. Not complimentary,
low pay, teaching facility from what little I saw.
When you Google them nothing shows up
Use the Google search bar towards the top.
It does not work.
name the company; too many to Google.
I came up with a little bit of info, I think most of it on MT Chat. Most of it sounded good, but I don't know first hand.
Google has a new service
coming out I heard that is very much like MJ but free. I too had MJ but got really bad connections. I liked the email voice mail but not the quality of my connections. My boss absolutely hated it and asked me to please not use it when I called her. I ended up back on Vonage. I had platform issues too when a call came in. I was at a standstill every time the phone rang.
The first box (Google) is for the archives,
older info, make sure you check the MTStars box. The search for box is for more recent info.
Yeah, because there's at least 3 at the top of Google!! NM
No I don't tell newbies to google, I sm
tell them to look it up in their REFERENCE library. No one wants to do that anymore. Kind of like learning to use a calculator but never learning to do the math yourself!
We didn't have google....
I had a dictionary; yes that's it; a medical dictionary. I learned mostly from the dictators themselves. In this day and age, we don't get feedback from the dictators themselves, just QA (most just MTs themselves) and even QA is not always correct.
There are also dictators who wants things spelled a certain way even though it is incorrect. So many caveats, so little time!!!!! :)
If you google them, there is still a website.
You can google it to get a picture of it, but it looks like a
phone and you use it to dial into the a system directly. Usually you are dialing directly into the hospital's dictation system. It has a foot pedal attached. Depending on the company you will need unlimited long distance, unless they have a local number of 800#.
Use the research box, not the Google box and (sm)
see what you find. If it is the same company that has been discussed on this board recently many times, it is not good, several employees have posted about not getting paid and having to turn to legal proceedings to try and get their money.
Again, not sure if it is the same company but do plenty of research. Good luck!
Did you try google???? They have a website.
I just did a Google on Keystroke Pro and they are based in sm
The UK but do work in the U.S. too. I could not find much except their website.
Keystrokes Transcription Service in Illinois has customers and transcriptionists all over the United States with no work sent out of the country. This is off their website. There are too - www.WeTypeXray.com and www.KeystrokesTranscription.com.
MTs who use Google ineffectively are shortchanged.
Good research skills are imperative, as well as documenting your source. Just because you get XX number of hits on Google doesn't make it right. That's why I specifically find the manufacturer's website or other reputable sources. Who better to know how to spell a drug or equipment term than the very company that manufactures it?
Type "Documed" in Google. It is there
Google site search (nm)
Google Sten Tel platform.