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Posted By: DeeAnn on 2008-12-08
In Reply to: WORD 2007 HELP WITH "JUMP CODE" - sm - greenie

Tools, Macro, Record new macro, box will come up to name macro, choose toolbar or keyboard. I use keyboard F12 since that is easy to get to. You will see a box somewhere on your screen that looks like a cassette. Do Ctrl F, in the find box, I use the ^ as my code, but enter whatever you want to be you code. Find next. Close. Stop record.

You will need to go through you document and insert you code where you want them. By pressing F12 or whatever you set as you key, it should go from one to the next.

If this does not work, e-mail me and I will try to help furtehr.

This is also a good site for Word help---http://textware.com/board/msword/index.html

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I recently signed up for a health insurance savings type program called Equal Access, where you are covered for prescriptions, get some sort of credit for doctor's visits, etc. for a reduced rate.  If you want additional information, let me know.  Apparently, participating doctors give reduction in rates for people using this plan.

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Spec Sheet

How many doctors? ________. Names and credentials exactly as wanted for signature line.
Clinic hours_______________________
Does office close for doctors vacation?
What is the estimated amount of dictation in minutes per day?
Turnaround time__________
Is there ever any STAT work needed? If so, what are the expectations for that work?

Pickup time___ if tape is not ready at this time, TAT is no longer in effect.


Micro cassette___________ C-phone______________
Return cassette unerased?
Will patient log sheet be provided for name spelling/acct #?
Will office sign for returned work? _________ POC ___________
What font?
How do they want you to flag blanks or questions? How to flag for any questions/inconsistencies

Samples provided?

How is transcribed data to be returned? Printed_______Floppy disk ____
If printed, client____ service _____will provide paper, letterhead, envelopes.
If I have to call the office to determine proper spelling of patient's names or doctors names the turnaround time is no longer guaranteed.
Typing letters and envelopes or just actual medical reports. If addresses are not provided for recipients of letters, there will be an added clerical service fee for my time of $0.25 per letter/envelope.

Faxing or mailing reports to third parties will not be done.


What kind of invoice is preferred?
Billing date: ___________ Payment date: _____________
Reprints for transcribed data delivered in the past and signed for by office staff will be charged at $0.75 per page.
ReprintsXreprints of reports with an error made by me will be provided at no charge. Reprints of reports with corrected errors by the doctor will be provided at $0.75 per page.

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Someone there may be able to help you. Other than copying the macros from WP document into Word document and then creating the macro again, I can not think of a way to do it, though there probably is a way.
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Please help me with the wording of this letter that I am seriously considering sending to one of my offices:

Please inform Dr. XXX that in the future any dictations that are done in the swimming pool area, karate room, cafeteria or other public venues will not be transcribed by this service.  This decision has been made due to the fact that the dictation is difficult to hear and understand because of the amount of background noise.

Additionally, I believe this to be a breech of the confidentiality of patient records that are mandated by HIPAA and I do not agree to be a part of such violation.

Any future dictations that are submitted by this physician which have been done in the above-named situations will not be transcribed by this service and will be immediately discarded.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter.



There is a new doctor in one of the practices with small children and she's one of those who is trying to be supermom. (That's a whole other issue.) I have transcribed for two other (male) doctors in this practice for over 15 years without anything like this. I have twice now asked the office manager to tell her about this situation and it improved for a short while but today I had 18 minutes of very loud swim practice in the background. Her solution appears to be talk louder and I've got one HUGE headache after listening to her. I don't understand why she has to be right there instead of even finding a quiet spot to do this while the kids are occupied but she apparently thinks they can't be out of her sight. (I know they're unsupervised, either; I can hear the coach shouting.) Among the reasons listed above, I really want to say that I think this is just flat out disrepectful of both patients and myself but I don't think it is wise to get that personal. I really don't want to lose this practice but I honestly am not willing to put up with this nonsense from her anymore, either.

Thanks in advance for any HELPFUL suggestions you might have. If you're not willing to help, that's fine, too, but please keep the mean stuff to yourself.

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1. Make sure you have the qualifications. If you have EXCELLENT spelling and grammer skills, good typing skills, complete attention to the smallest details, and willingness to work HARD and learn constantly, you may have what it takes.

2. Realize that you will not learn this career in 1-2 years. That is a good beginning, but then you will have an "apprenticeship" period. This runs anywhere from 1-3 years, depending on the job you get, the training available there, and your ability to branch out and absorb a constantly changing field.

3. Do your homework on the training schools. Some schools offer a program that will actually help you get a job when finished; others have a reputation that will allow you to hire with some companies as a "newbie." Don't waste money on a school that gives you a certificate and sends you out on your own. You may find it difficult to get a job without experience, and can't get experience without a job. I am not recommending a school. DO A LOT OF RESEARCH. Every school has "lucky" graduates, so get a consensus from MANY graduates.

4. If you expect to make a fortune, look elsewhere. You will find "exceptions" that make anywhere from $50 to $100 thousand a year. Most of us with a lot of experience make anywhere from $30 - $50, depending on your speed and stamina. Without stamina, you'll burn out or develop physical problems in a couple of years.

5. VR will never replace transcription. However, it takes a lot of knowledge to "proof" VR reports, and as the machines get smarter, we also must have more experience to catch their errors. I do not foresee us being replaced by machines. It is possible, though, that the wages will not go up because of this, and most MTs will stay on a plateau. Not easy, when cost of living keeps going up, but right now it is a reality, so consider it.

This is my view of the MT field, and its future. I have 18 years experience and have worked on the web for 9, since being outsourced from a hospital. It's a rough field, but not impossible, and I'm happy with it. I only have 10 years to go, though. I'm not sure I would start it now, if I were younger. You have to have a lot of determination. Good luck to you.