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Does anybody have any sample intro letters or flyers

Posted By: frustrated MT on 2005-12-19
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they'd be willing to share?  I'm just looking for something that you found effective when picking up your own accounts.  I have a database of potential clients ready to go, but my flyer looks a bit cheesy.  Thank you.


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Business cards, flyers, brochures, intro letters (sm)

network, network, network, persistence and lots of luck.


Read The Independent Medical Transcriptionist by Donna Avila-Weil .... worth it's weight in gold!


brochures/letters/flyers

Okay --everyone let me have it.  I don't feel I am better than anyone but several of you have asked for me to E-mail you my brochure/flyer/letter that I use when contacting doctors and I am having a hard time doing so.  It took me a long time to do the research, many hours/days and weeks designing my simple brochure that reflects me and my business and I guess I am scared that someone will scan it and just replace my name with yours and it took me a long time to do it.  So am I wrong?  I basically just have a logo, state what services I provide, price and what experience I have but it has worked for me.  I don't like ignoring those of you who have asked but I am having trouble sending it to you.  I have no problems offering any of you support, advice, tips on what I do but have trouble meeting this request and not thinking that any of you would simply duplicate it and guess it wouldn't be that big a deal  so am I really a horrible person?


brochures/letters/flyers
No you are not a horrible person - and having owned my own Transcription Service for 15 yrs until my husband passed away 12 yrs ago....I WOULDN'T SHARE my hard work either!!

I think it is extremely kind of you to offer support, advice and tips. I can't fathom asking for another persons/business brochure, it is just not right and personally I think it shows lack of respect for you.

My two-cents...
Flyers
Patti,

I am an IC with a desire to go on my own with local doctors. Would you mind sharing with me the kind of things you put on your flyer. Also, how do you go about getting the information from them about what kind of system they use. They usually have one don't they? I am a little familiar with dial in since I worked for a small MTSO on that kind of system, but I only know how it worked from my end. Do you find a lot of offices still use tapes and do most want printed copies of the reports?

Thanks for any information.
I sent out flyers...sm

I also bought a minicassette transcription machine.  I live in a podunk little area where there are practitioners who still use the ol' tapes, so I thought that it would pay for itself when I received calls.  It did.  I sent the flyers a few months back and have received calls back from two clinics.  One clinic was all online and had software for me to use to get in their computer.  The other was tapes.


The Independent Medical Transcriptionist is a good place to get ideas.  I would have liked a little less sensationalism in it (and I totally could have done without the Glamour Shots), but it's a pretty good place to start.  The technology now is a bit more sophisticated than what they describe from their copyright date of 2002, but some ideas are timeless.


Good luck! 


Examples of flyers

I am looking for examples of flyers to in the physican's boxes at the hospital for medical transcriptionist services.  Does anyone know where I could find some good examples....or does anyone have something they would like to share with me (from someone that is not very creative making flyers/resumes).  If you have something you wouldn't mind sharing you can email me at norma_OK@yahoo.com.  Thanks for the help.


Professional flyers

I do flyers and they are very "professional" and so what if they offer a free car wash.  I found that most office managers just want to "look" to see what it offers and I feel opening a letter is sometimes takes "too much time" while at a flyer they can just turn over and read immediately what it is about. Again, I think whether letter or flyers if you are at the right place at the right time, you can nab an account.   And yes, have gotten several accounts that way and one has been with me for 18 years.  So probably either works, I just prefer the flyer.  But remember just like selling a house, it takes time and you have to put it out there to several hundred to get a bite.   And once I get a bite I then go in and talk to them taking cookies or something.  Also when I am looking for a new account I do several mailings about 6 - 10 weeks apart so I stay fresh in everyone's mind.  I also inform my present docs and their gals and offer a small bonus to anyone that helps me land a new account   I am sure that everyone has their way of soliciting for new accounts and it has worked for them and so they feel it is "the only way to go" but whatever route you take you have to get out there, be visible and that means to a lot of people as with that also you get word of mouth between offices. 


Good luck.


 


Flyers/Brochures

Do what the rest of us have done if you want to design your own, buy the paper, write out what you want to say about your service, find a logo, business name, figure out how to put the two together and design your brochure.  Or you can find a company that will design one for you when you supply all this information and pay them anywhere from $100 to $1000 depending on how fancy you want it to be.   I put a lot of sweat, blood and tears into mine and I have been asked several times for copies and samples and guess after somone in the area used parts of it in their brochure after I have shared it, I just don't share anymore.   If someone gets one through my mailings, that is different but I just don't mail off copies to others to "share" with due to the above fact.   But they aren't hard to do, just takes time.    And yes mine works as I have always signed on a new account when I do a mass mailing.  But again, it reflects me and my company as yours should reflect you.   Good luck, you can do it.  Just start and it comes to you.


Patti


cold calling/flyers/brochures
I have gotten several accounts that have been with me for years but I do a random flyer/brochure and then let them contact me. If they do, after I go in, I go back with cookies and reel them in. Seriously has worked for three accounts that have been with me from 4 to 15 years. Good accounts too.
Flyers Fan too! Gotta cheer for the Steelers though! nm
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anyone know where to find samples of flyers to start your own business?
I want to make my own and would like to look at how a few are formatted.  Thx.
Does anyone have a sample
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Here's a sample

Here's what part of one of my Autotext entries looks like.  It has fields in it that I can just jump to by pressing F11.


OBJECTIVE: Height: {x} feet {x} inches.  Weight: {x}. Temperature: {x}.  Blood pressure: {x}.  Pulse: {x}.


On your menu bar in Word, just go to Insert-->Field-->then choose which you want.  Personally, I just choose the one labeled Comments but then I change the "formula" part (will show up in gray, this particular one says "COMMENTS   * MERGEFORMAT" in it) to just an X so that Word doesn't automatically insert something I don't need. It's like a placeholder for me.


I'm sure you can customize it even more but this is sufficient enough for me right now.


 


Sample reports............sm

YES....  www.mtbot.com


Just type surgical reports (or whatever you're looking for) in the search engine.  There are tons of reports in there. 


sample reports
THANKS SOOOOOOOOO MUCH! That's exactly what I needed!


Need a sample contract

I have searched, but not really found one I am totally happy with.  If anyone has a good IC contract, please email me or let me know a link.


TIA!!!


Sunny


Sample contract

Can someone please post a link of where I can find a sample contract. Looking to strike out on my own - need a contract to present to docs.


Thanks


I need a sample hip replacement...thanks nm
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found a sample for you

SPECIMEN:



  1. Left breast biopsy
  2. Apical axillary tissue
  3. Contents of left radical mastectomy

GROSS DESCRIPTION:


Part #1 is labeled "left breast biopsy" and is received fresh after frozen section preparation. It consists of a single very firm nodularity measuring 3 cm in circular diameter and 1.5 cm in thickness, surrounded by adherent fibrofatty tissue. On section a pale gray, slightly mottled appearance is revealed. Numerous sections are submitted for permanent processing.


Part #2 is labeled "apical left axillary tissue" and is received fresh. It consists of two amorphous fibrofatty tissue masses without grossly discernible lymph nodes therein. Both pieces are rendered into numerous sections and submitted in their entirety for histology.


Part #3 is labeled "contents of left radical mastectomy" and is received fresh. It consists of a large ellipse of skin overlying breast tissue, the ellipse measuring 20 cm in length and 14 cm in height. A freshly sutured incision extends 3 cm directly lateral from the areola, corresponding to the closure for removal of part #1. Abundant amounts of fibrofatty connective tissue surround the entire breast, and the deep aspect includes an 8 cm length of pectoralis minor and a generous mass of overlying pectoralis major muscle. Incision from the deepest aspect of the specimen beneath the tumor mass reveals tumor extension grossly to within 0.5 cm of muscle. Sections are submitted according to the following code: DE - deep surgical resection margins; SU, LA, INF, ME - full thickness radial respectively; NI - nipple and subjacent tissue. Lymph nodes dissected free from axillary fibrofatty tissue from levels I, II, and III will be labeled accordingly.


MICROSCOPIC:


Sections of part #1 confirm frozen section diagnosis of infiltrating duct carcinoma. It is to be noted that the tumor cells show considerable pleomorphism, and mitotic figures are frequent (as many as 4 per high power field). Many foci of calcification are present within the tumor.


Part #2 consists of fibrofatty tissue and a single tiny lymph node free of disease.


Part #3 includes 18 lymph nodes, three from Level III, two from Level II and thirteen from Level I. All lymph nodes are free of disease with the exception of one Level I lymph node which contains several masses of metastatic carcinoma.


All sections taken radially from the superficial center of the resection site fail to include tumor, indicating the tumor to have originated deep within the breast parenchyma. Similarly, there is no malignancy in the nipple region, or in the lactiferous sinuses.


Sections of deep surgical margin demonstrate diffuse tumor infiltration of deep fatty tissues, however, there is no invasion of muscle. Total size of primary tumor is estimated to be 4 cm in greatest dimension.


DIAGNOSIS:



1. Infiltrating duct carcinoma, left breast.
2. Metastatic carcinoma, left axillary lymph node (1), Level I.
3. Lymph nodes, no pathologic diagnosis, left axilla, Level I (12), Level II (2), Level III (3).


Sample Contracts

I found this the below link quite helpful, particularly sample contract 2.


HTH


Best wishes.


I show them a sample
for example, when doing a proposal, I show them the industry standard, 65 char line.  I then take a pretty full page of transcription at Courier with 1 inch margins, and show them, for example, it is 80 lines at 11 cents per line, $8.80. Then I reformat the same exact report into their format, say Franklin bold condensed, and then it comes out to 46 lines. But the report is "worth" $8.80 and so the MT should make $8.80. And in order for her to be paid correctly, then $8.80 divided by 46 = 19 cpl for THEIR lines. So it's not 19 cents per line, it's 19 cents per THEIR line. When I bill, I bill it at 3560 lines at 19 cents per line and then underneath I put in Italics (Your line rate is 11 cents per line, it converts to 19 cents per line for condensed lines) or something to that effect...otherwise they forget their line rate is 11 cents per line.
here's a sample count
I created a large file with a batch of different op reports. The total # of pages was 2150.

I used Abacus to count the file. Here are the figures:

Total Lines (with spaces): 60,195

Tota Lines (without spaces): 50,760

Let's do the math at 9 cpl:
60,195 x 0.09 = $5,417.55
50,760 x 0.09 = $4,568.40
Difference: $849.15

You would need to bill $0.1067 cpl without spaces to make the same amount you would earn without spaces.

I feel that the only exception would be if you're a statutory employee. If that is the situation then you're only paying 50% of the SS tax, as opposed ot an independent contractor who pays 100% of it. If that is the case, then 9 cpl without spaces ain't all that bad.
There are some sample contracts on
www.medword.com.  Google "Transcription contracts".  You can cut and paste into a word document.  You are probably better off charging per line.  Going rate is anywhere from 13-17 cpl depending on where you are located.    
Sample contract

Sample Contract
From Jennifer Martin, MT Monthly


This contract is made and entered into on _______(date) by _________(client) whose address is ____________ and _____________(your company name) whose address is ______________. In consideration of the mutual promises in this contract, the parties agree to abide by all the terms of this contact.


Contractor agrees to do the following: Medical transcription in accordance with client's documentation guidelines and forms. Services shall include: _______________________. Turnaround for transcription services shall be forty-eight (48) hours.


Pickup and delivery of the materials needed to complete this service will be made by the contractor, or his/her appointed courier, at the client's place of business at such a time agreed to by both parties. Contractor promises that the final product will be completed to the client's satisfaction.


For performing the work described above, client agrees to pay contractor the amount of ______ per line. It is agreed that sixty-five (65) characters constitutes a line.


Either party may terminate this agreement on not less than thirty (30) days' notice.


Confidentiality: As a contractor, it is my responsibility not to violate any confidence of the patient or their family through indiscriminate discussion pertaining to patients, their treatment, diagnosis, or progress. Erroneous and nonpublic information released by me shall result in legal liability. I understand and agree that all patient records and patient information are strictly confidential and will not make any disclosures.


Errors and Omissions Insurance: It is my policy that computer-authenticated or other artificial signatures generated by means other than the actual dictating physician's signature are not endorsed by me. Therefore, the doctors should proofread their transcription for document content, accuracy and quality control.


No changes shall be made in this agreement unless those changes are agreed to in writing by both contractor and client.


Here's another sample contract...

Transcriptionist (Contractor) - Subcontractor (other Transcriptionist or company) Contract


[Name of Contractor's Company]
[Contractor's Address]
[Contractor's Phone Number]


This completed document forms a contractual agreement between: ___________________________, referred herein as the Subcontractor, doing business at ______________________________________________, and the Contractor above so named.


The parties named herein desire a contractual business arrangement regarding the transcription of medical dictation and hereby agree:


1) Supplies provided to the Subcontractor by the Contractor that are a necessary requirement for the completion of work must be ordered by the Subcontractor from the Contractor or Contractor's client in a timely fashion such that the Subcontractor will not be without said necessities.


2) The Subcontractor is responsible for any supplies and equipment necessary to perform the contracted work. Furthermore, the Subcontractor is responsible for the upkeep of any machines or other equipment required to complete work and shall not let machines or equipment fall into disrepair, thereby affecting the Subcontractor's ability to perform work in the agreed manner and time.


3) The Subcontractor may only communicate with the Contractor's client in matters regarding the actual work of transcribing dictation for said client and may not communicate with said client regarding any matters concerning billing, pricing, or any other matter not pertaining to said work. In all communication with the Contractor's client, the Subcontractor shall identify themselves as agents of the Contractor and may not identify themselves as independent agents having their own business.


4) The Subcontractor agrees that patient and client confidentiality are of utmost importance. No work performed by the Subcontractor for the Contractor may be disposed of without first shredding said documents. The Subcontractor will set-up files and directories on computer(s) in such a way as to prevent unauthorized viewing, deleting, or copying. Said computer(s) will also be configured to prevent unauthorized use and will also employ security devices to prevent theft of said computer(s). No work shall be sent from the computer without it first being encrypted using a minimum of 128 bit encryption. No patient or client names will be stored by the Subcontractor in any form of database for use after termination of this contract. Regular back-ups of Contractor's Clients' work will be made in order not to forever lose the transcribed work.


5) Payment to the Subcontractor by the Contractor will be for completed work only. Payment will be made on a per-line basis at a rate of 0.__ per line with said line being 65 characters per line. Rush order payments will be the per-line rate plus 15% of the per-line rate. Any monetary penalties for late work imposed by the Contractor's client will be passed-on to the Subcontractor responsible for completion of that client's work, if the Subcontractor is responsible for said late work. The Subcontractor will have special labels on-hand at all times, of the type specified by the Contractor, should labels be required as part of completing work. The Subcontractor shall purchase these labels.


6) Invoices for payment for completed work must be submitted to the Contractor on the 14th (fourteenth) and 28th (twenty-eighth) day of each month. The Subcontractor must provide a separate invoice for each of the Contractor's clients with proof of work performed. The Contractor will pay the Subcontractor within 7 (seven) days of the Contractor being paid by the Contractor's client, except for weekends, holidays, and Acts of God.


7) Upon dissolution of this agreement, for whatever reason, machines, supplies, or equipment loaned to the Subcontractor by the Contractor, or the Contractor's client, must be returned to the Contractor or the replacement cost of said machines, supplies, or equipment will be deducted from outstanding monies owed by the Contractor to the Subcontractor. Should outstanding monies be insufficient to replace said unreturned machines, equipment, or supplies, the Contractor may still seek satisfaction under local laws and statutes of the Contractor's business domicile, or Subcontractor's business domicile, at the discretion of the Contractor.


8) At no time within 2 (two) years of termination of this contract may the Subcontractor approach or perform work for the Contractor's client in any form or manner, unless dealing with the Contractor as an agent. The Subcontractor may not accept any offer of work made by a Contractor's client, nor offer to provide services to a Contractor's client, either directly or by any other method or means, intended or unintended, that would disguise the client's identity, the Subcontractor's identity or would somehow obfuscate the relationship. No such relationship, including the Subcontractor working through or with another subcontractor, shall be allowed.


9) The contractor's name, logo, trade-mark or trade-marks, letterhead, and any other intellectual property of the Contractor shall remain exclusively as the Contractor's. The Subcontractor may only make use of these properties when acting as an agent of the Contractor. The Subcontractor may not act in such a way as to have others perceive them as actually being the Contractor and may not employ any device that would allow the Subcontractor to benefit from the Contractor's reputation.


10) The Contractor and Subcontractor must give written notice of at least 14 (fourteen) days of their desire to dissolve this contract. All outstanding work, finished work, loaned equipment, machines, or supplies, must be returned by the Subcontractor on the last day or prior to the last day of this notice. Within the life of the notice period, the Subcontractor is still bound to perform in accordance with this contract. Any substandard performance or inability to complete Contractor's clients' work by the Subcontractor in a timely fashion may result in the Contractor waving the notice period to save the Contractor's good business name. Any costs associated with premature dissolution of this contract in this regard may be deducted from the Subcontractor's final payment.


11) Breach of any part of this contract could result in the termination of this contract by the Contractor without notice to the Subcontractor. All normal clauses pertaining to dissolution of this agreement would then come into effect.


12) The Contractor reserves the right while under contract with the Subcontractor, and without formal notice, and without any explanation, to change or remove the Contractor's clients for whom the Subcontractor is performing work.


13) The Contractor cannot guarantee the quantity of work to be sent to the Subcontractor. The Subcontractor understands that the Subcontractor/Contractor relationship may depend in whole or in part on the relationship between the Contractor and the Contractor's client and understands fully therefore that loss of the client's work to the Contractor will be regarded by both parties as good and sufficient reason to thereby terminate the contract between the Contractor and Subcontractor.


The Subcontractor, ______________________________, agrees to honor and completely understands this contract, as confirmed with the Subcontractor's signature below.


}


____________________________________ }


Subcontractor or Authorized Person }


} Signed this ______ day of ______ in the year ______.


}


}


____________________________________ }


Contractor or Authorized Person }


}


Errors & Omissions Excepted


 


2000 ANSO Consulting Inc. & Medword Medical Transcription - www.medword.com


Here is a sample contract......

What I have done in the past when I wanted a raise is met the doctor halfway.  Keep in mind though that if you lower your rate, when will you ever get a raise?  :(


 


Transcriptionist-Physcian (or other Client) Contract



[Name of Transcriptionist's Company]
[Transcriptionist's Address]
[Transcriptionist's Phone Number]




This completed document forms a contractual agreement between: ___________________________, referred herein as the Transcriptionist, doing business at ___________________, and ____________________ herein referred to as the Client, doing business at _________________________.



The parties named herein desire a contractual business arrangement regarding the transcription of medical dictation and hereby agree:



1) Supplies provided to the Transcriptionist by the Client that are a necessary requirement for the completion of work must be ordered by the Transcriptionist from the Client in a timely fashion such that the Transcriptionist will not be without said necessities. If not supplied by the Client, the Transcriptionist is responsible for any supplies and equipment necessary to perform the contracted work.



2) The Transcriptionist agrees that patient and client confidentiality are of utmost importance. No work performed by the Transcriptionist for the Client will be disposed of without first shredding said documents. The Transcriptionist will set-up files and directories on computer(s) in such a way as to prevent unauthorized viewing, deleting, or copying. Said computer(s) will also be configured to prevent unauthorized use and will also employ security devices to prevent theft of said computer(s). No work shall be sent from the computer without it first being encrypted using a minimum of 128 bit encryption. No patient or client names will be stored by the Transcriptionist in any form of database for use after termination of this contract. Regular back-ups of Client work will be made in order not to forever lose the transcribed work.



3) Payment to the Transcriptionist by the Client will be for completed work only. Payment will be made on a per-line basis at a rate of 0.__ per line with said line being 65 characters per line. Rush order payments will be the per-line rate plus 15% of the per-line rate.



4) Invoices for payment for completed work will be submitted to the Client on the 14th (fourteenth) and 28th (twenty-eighth) day of each month with the Client providing payment within 5 (five) days of submission of said invoice.



5) Upon dissolution of this agreement, for whatever reason, machines, supplies, or equipment loaned to the Transcriptionist by the Client will be returned to the Client or the replacement cost of said machines, supplies, or equipment will be deducted from outstanding monies owed by the Client to the Transcriptionist. Should outstanding monies be insufficient to replace said unreturned machines, equipment, or supplies, the Client may still seek satisfaction by legal means.



6) The Client's name, logo, trade-mark or trade-marks, letterhead, and any other intellectual property of the Client shall remain exclusively as the Client's. The Transcriptionist may only make use of these properties when performing work for the Client.



7) The Client and Transcriptionist must give written notice of at least 14 (fourteen) days of their desire to dissolve this contract. All outstanding work, finished work, loaned equipment, machines, or supplies, will be returned by the Transcriptionist on the last day or prior to the last day of notice. Within the life of the notice period, the Transcriptionist will perform in accordance with this contract. Any substandard performance or inability to complete the Client's work by the Transcriptionist in a timely fashion may result in the Client waving the notice period. Any costs associated with premature dissolution of this contract in this regard, such as hiring another transcriptionist on short notice or at a higher rate, may be deducted from the Transcriptionist's final payment.



8) Breach of any part of this contract by either party could result in the termination of this contract by the offended party. All normal clauses pertaining to dissolution of this agreement would then come into effect.



The Client, ______________________________, agrees to honor and completely understands this contract, as confirmed with the Client's signature below.



}


____________________________________ }


Client or Authorized Person }


} Signed this ______ day of ______ in the year ______.


}


}


____________________________________ }


Transcriptionist or Authorized Person }


}



Errors & Omissions Excepted


Sample Reports
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sample dictation
I recently completed my course which used tapes.  I have my Bytescribe foot pedal, but I don't have any dictations to test it with.  Does anyone have a sample they can email me so I can test my pedal.
Sample Op Reports

This is a great site for sample op reports.


http://www.stedmans.com/AtWork/section.cfm/27



 


Anyone have any sample EKG reports

I will be starting a new Cardiology acct. I would appreciate any sample reports out there. I have googled and googled to no avail. I have done Cardiology, although it has been many years, but never procedure reports.


Thank you in advance.


Sample reports
Does anyone have any or know where I can get any samples of simulation notes, tandem and ovoid procedures, IMRT, IGRT, Sonarray (Rad Onc)?  I have looked on mtsamples.com and they do not have any samples of these.  Thanks.
And once you have a "good" sample,
SAVE A COPY for yourself in your own samples file.
Sample OR reports

Hello everyone!


Can anyone help with a site for sample OR reports particularly diskectomy?


 


Thank you!



More sample reports

Here are some more sites with op sample reports.


http://www.mtscribes.com/samples.html


http://medicaltranscriptionwordhelp.synthasite.com


 


Sample of MTSO Contract

I have one office/account of three OB-GYN's that I provide MT service for and am in need of a sample contract for them, between myself and their office. Is there any place I can locate one or does anyone have one that they may be willing to share???


Thanks so very much.


Looking for sample mastectomy report NM TIA
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Does anyone know of a site with sample rad reports

Sample oncology reports??

Looking for a good web site to help with oncology; chemo meds and such.


TIA!!  -have a good weekend


Need sample opthalmology notes
Does anyone know a website where I can find some sample notes. I have done a Google search.
RE: Need sample opthalmology notes
I used Google and came up with the below sites for you:

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Does anyone have a sample orthopedic narrative ..sm
letter that I could use as a guide?  It is for a MVA with questions and answers pertaining to the accident.  Thanks so much.
Where to find some Sample Dictations?

Anyone know where I can find a few sample dictations, like WAV files, on the internet, along with the completed typed reports.  Need to test job applicants.  Happy Holidays!


Where to find sample EKG reports?
I'm having to transcribe some more in-depth EKG reports than I have had to do previously, and with a doc who talks like he's drunk!    What fun.  Anyway, anyone know of a good online source for some sample EKG reports/terminology?  TIA!
Supposedly these are sample dictations.
http://www.mtbot.com/links/index.php?PHPSESSID=87548e85937eae92e899386c81c6c8e1&PID=10
Noone can send you sample dictations, definitely
a breach of confidentiality. You should have learned this in your course.
Macro - working sample

Here's a quick & dirty macro that does what you want -- doesn't have error checking / uses simple assumptions, but works....  Any other questions / issues please post here or email me


Note - you will need to create a replacetext file -- c:
eplacetext.txt
'  -- need to create your own text file with the following layout
'  -- note the quickie Expander method for a physician's initials
heparing|Heparin
teh|the
rjdx|Russell J. Dooney, MD
etc|etc.


Sub replacemulti()


Dim TextRaw, FindText, ReplaceText As String
Dim delim As Integer
Dim delimchar As String
delimchar = "|"                 'Must be a single character for this version.


Open "c:
eplacetext.txt" For Input As #1    ' Open the find/replace source file.


Do While Not EOF(1)             ' Loop until end of file.
    Line Input #1, TextRaw      ' Read file, one line at a time.
    delim = InStr(1, TextRaw, delimchar, 0) 'Get the position of the delimiter
    FindText = Left(TextRaw, delim - 1) 'FindText = text to left of delimiter
    ReplaceText = Mid(TextRaw, delim + 1, Len(TextRaw))  ' ReplaceText = text to right of delimiter
    'Do the replacement
    Selection.Find.ClearFormatting
    Selection.Find.Replacement.ClearFormatting
    With Selection.Find
        .Text = FindText
        .Replacement.Text = ReplaceText
        .Forward = True
        .Wrap = wdFindContinue
        .Format = False
        .MatchCase = True
        .MatchWholeWord = True
        .MatchWildcards = False
        .MatchSoundsLike = False
        .MatchAllWordForms = False
    End With
    Selection.Find.Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll


Loop


Close #1    ' Close file.


End Sub


 


WHAT IS A SERENITY PRARY..OR IS THIS A SAMPLE..SM

of your amazing line count we have to snap ourselves into? 


mt911.com has sample reports. I have
not used them, but I know they are there. This site has a lot of good resources for medical transcription.
Sample operative reports
This is a good one. MT Daily has sample reports. Another one is mt-stuff.com. These are just two good ones. I have done Ops for 30 years and if you need help, let me know. Hope this helps.
Sample Report Sites
Here are several sites that have sample reports. Good luck to you.

http://www.mtdaily.com/mt1/samples.html

http://www.mt-stuff.com/sample_reports.html

http://www.mtsamples.com/
here is a sample (sounds delicious, I might add)...I always add liquid when using it.
2 - 3-1/2 lb frozen turkey breast (not thawed)
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup water
1 teaspoon crushed dried rosemary
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1/8 cup sugar

Place frozen turkey breast in slow cooker. Pour remaining ingredients on top. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours.