What is Iscriptor (Word based??) and ... NM
Posted By: do you find it productive? on 2008-08-04
In Reply to: IScriptor does...nm - anotherMT
Complete Discussion Below: marks the location of current message within thread
The messages you are viewing
To view latest messages and participate in discussions, select
the boards given in left menu
Other related messages found in our database
small to medium company that works in Word or Word-based program - email me. nm
anyone work for Oracle - do they use Word or a Word-based program - e-mail me nm
Does the Emdat platform use Word or is it Word-based? nm
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.
It can if it is word based
Any word based Expander can be copied over into Medware.
DVI - MS Word based
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.
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
it's not very stream-lined and kinda klunky, but efficient enough. I know they've made recent updates to make it run a little faster, but there were times when i would spent two to three minutes after filling out the screen waiting for my work screen to appear.
No, it's not Word based at all, totally different...nm
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.
MT-World Transcription - which is word-based. nm
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
Word-based, expander included, easy to use...NM
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.
Do they use MT-World software? Is it Word based? Easy? Productive? Thx. nm
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...
It does work, you do not need to "make" it work.. it works in all word based programs.
Yes, it's totally word based, but it's also totally slow.
I haven't had a very good experience using dictaphone EXText. I wouldn't recommend anyone work on this platform. I don't know how anyone can say this is a very productive platform in any way whatsoever. Actually, it is the worst I've ever worked on. I like Bayscribe, DocQscribe, and many others over this setup.
I have worked with this platform for approx 6 months now and find it really nice and easy. I also used express scribe and what I found was that it will stick if you have click the voice file more than once (if that makes since). I also use this platform with SSTS (start stop transcription system which I prefer). Don't know if that answered your question. What company do you work for?
I was just hired by Advanced Transcription out of Oregon and I am really excited about working there. Can you tell me more about SSTS? Where to get it, etc.?
Hello! Does anyone know what transcription companies use this platform? Thanks in advance!!
Iscriptor is the platform.
Even for part-time you have to tell them which 3 days of the week you will work. I believe it's transcribing from a pool, but not sure if you can have assigned dictators. I think the pay starts at 8 for clinic, but they could go to 9 if they consider it acute care.
My account is Iscriptor....
which I find no better or worse than the other 8 or so platforms I have been on. I don't know if that is what they use for all accounts, though. Yes, they do direct deposit. I've only been with them a few months; work has gotten low a few times, they were quick to offer me a backup account which I haven't yet taken them up on. People are very nice. Pay is about average, 8 cpl for clinic to start, don't know about acute care. Good luck to you!
Has anyone ever worked on Iscriptor?
Can you tell me anything about it please?
Has anyone worked with Iscriptor platform?
Does Iscriptor only work with ExpressScribe voice player? I have had problems getting ExpressScribe to work the way I would like it to. When I let up on the foot pedal, I would like the recording to back up a few words rather than just picking up where it left off or even moving ahead a little. Any advice?
The platform is Word. Their program works with Word but does not change how Word works. nm
The benefits just changed the first part of this month. I don't have them but I remember them being reasonabl for a single person. Family and spouse was not reasonable in any way (in my opinion).
ExText is integrated with Word. Auto correct is a part of Word.
ExText is a Word based platform. When the page opens for you to type the document it will be just like you are typing in MS Word.
Just wanna work in Word - need company that works in WORD! nm
Their program works with Word and does not change how Word functions. sm
You use your own expander. Overall I feel it is user friendly and I like it.
Word for Word Medical Transcription
Pros and cons please.
In his ad, he's asking for Word Perfect, not Word, if that matters. nm
Now I wish they would just call me back......no word no word and
What is up with these MT companies that advertise. They don't even answer. I have a great resume, tons of experience. I'm confused.
word for word company
does anyone know about word for word transcription company? how are they to work for, platform? thanks in advance!
I was told I could use word pad since I don't have word
I have 1 computer to speak of that I did not buy personally. the company has their own platform and their own computer to be rented. I would not be typing in word. I have never had a problem testing this way before. I am not saying certified is better. I was explaining my circumstance. I have my own personal computer ordered for my use and I wanted to test fast without waiting. geez.
"overtime" is not a generic word. "incentive" is a generic word. Over time means time