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Posted By: By the way on 2006-07-14
In Reply to: How is Medware to work for?? - Geni

MT Stars for Medware?  Not to long ago someone from the VR side of Medware posted that Medware opened a 401K for her, deducted her contributions from her paycheck and then didn't bother to put the money in her 401K EVER.  They wouldn't tell her what happened and they wouldn't apologize and they wouldn't compensate her for the lost interest.  I seriously recommend you do a thorough search on MT Stars and learn all you can about this company before you take a job with them.

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Company Board, MTStar Search Box, (located below Google Search Box)
Use the Google search box for MTStars.com, not the Search box at top of page. Lots of
Company Board Search For box (not Google search box)
search on Company Board Search For box (not Google).
Is this a Google search or MT Stars search?
dont search in Google box, use the Search Box below that
dont search in Google box, use the Search Box below that
It is as recent as a week ago, you need to search in the Search For box,
search mtstarts box, below Google search box, ....
use mtstars Search box, (below Google Search)
search in Search Box (not Google box)
search in Search For box below Google box
RE: How do I search?
I did a search and this is what I came up with:

Search Results
Your search for Focus, Infomatics found the following documents (of 73654 documents searched):
Displaying documents 1-50 of 387, with best matches first:

At the top of any page on the web site, there is information of search archives,etc.
How do I search?
Hi.  I tried to do a search, but can't find anything.  Must be doing it wrong, as I am new to the board - can you tell me how to do this?  Thanks!
You might want to do a more thorough search
Search the archives here under Rapid Transcript and you will see there are payment problems.
Search for OTI
how did you search
I tried alltype and all type and got nothing.
I did a search first. Does anyone know about

Thank you!

If you do a search, you should be able
to find the recent discussion about TRS.
I have tried to do a search and only get the archived job listings or how many kestrokes type information. I looked through the last week of pages and only found 1 reference to them that they are okay. I would appreciate a little more information before I make my decision. Any help is appreciated:)
would tell you to search but

for some reason their archives do not show up - probably because of the initials.  My understanding is it is not a new account but one they took on and were not ready for - no problems there, just means the work will be there, probably a backlog.  I applied and worked there for a short time, but left - too much bureaucracy even after a short time.  One staff member gets too rigid for lack of a better word, and I can get snippy from my kids, don't need it from work - I am an IC not a welcome mat.

They want you on and working during your 8-12 hour shift - not something I care to do wroking from home.  I work 12-16 hours, but like to stretch my legs if you know what I mean.  

Past posts worry about pay, and if I am avaialble 12 hours without fail, I want my money - I am taking no chances.

Do a search here
I think there was a whole thread about them in November or December 2006.
did you do a search?
do a search...

The best advice is always to do a search in the archives and get yourself an idea of all the different experiences people have had with Alltype.  Some will be good and some will be bad.  That is true of most companies.  Myself, I am always suspicious if  comments are all good or all bad.  Lots of people plant things on this board to make their companies look good.  Lots of others plant things to make a company look bad.  Search it out yourself.  Good luck!!!

Use the Google search bar and just make sure mtstars is marked for the search instead of the web.
Search TTS
I do NOT recommend them.
You can use the search box...
that is just to the right of post new message button on this board, and you will come up with lots of information on MD-IT, as its a company discussed here frequently.  Good luck!  
If you search within this website, under company, for mxsecure you will find a lot more positive posts.

some people have bad experiences, just like with any company, but I know a lot of people have really good experiences there and are still working there and happy.
do a search
I did a search on them just now as
I am looking to change employers, and find names of companies I had never heard of on this site. Then I check them out the best I can through the internet.

Whoa! Be careful. Unless something has changed, the work you will get will be the overflow from India.

Do some research yourself before you accept an offer from them. Then you will be more comfortable taking or declining their offer.
search gets nothing... help sm
I never have luck with that search feature. Now I'm putting in MD-IT and it keeps removing the - between MD and IT and I get nothing.
I just did a search..sm
apparently they no longer use the name vision infonet, but rather MD Care/EMR billing and coding. The senior executive is Rakhi something or other and she is in India. Enough said, I guess.
Of course! I did a search of MD-IT

Please tell me where the info is, because my search turned up very, very little.

you can search here
Why not try a search first, and then if there
are still questions, check each of their web sites.  Searching is easy and fun....
I did do a search
Just wanting to get as much information as possible. Not much information out there on Axolotl, which sometimes is a good sign-:)
seriously, do an archive search - sm
I've never worked for them, but it seems that every single day someone is asking that very same question
do a search...how much do you value yourself as a person...
they also outsource offshore...

had a great platform, though, but had to fight for work. most companies getting that way so you are totally dependent on the manager - just do not fall out of grace with them. good luck, you will need it.

my 2 cents...
have you tried doing a search? (no message)
Search archives.
maybe search for Cort

I appreciate the info..I thought it sounded too good to be true!  Thanks!

Not sure how to do a search on this site, but
does anyone know anything about a company called Transtech Medical?  TIA
I see the search button now
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.
I thought I saw one the other day. I will search
and get back here.
I did a search on these two companies
and did not find anything.  How about RX Transcription and Archivus?  Do they offshore?  I was thinking Archivus did, but not sure.  How about RX?  TIA
That is what you type in search? TIA
YW. Sometimes I can't get my topic to come up on search, either. :) nm
Do a search. May be old information, but there SM

are some not-so-good things to think about in previous posts.  Good luck!

MT Stars search...
I haven't looked for it the last few days, but about that same time I posted something and got a response stating MTSOs talked to each other and I shouldn't be talking about the company you are leaving No one but the company I was resigning from knew I was leaving my current employee and I had not pubically discussed the name of my current or prospective employer. I had not disclosed my employment status pubically anywhere on any forum, so how did someone know to say that to me?
Do a search here. There are better companies out there. nm