Monthly Archives: September 2011

ICD10 meets medical transcription

What will ICD10 mean to the medical transcription process? This is a question that I ask anyone and everyone in the healthcare field who might have an opinion on it. Assuming those medical transcription companies that are here today are … Continue reading

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Adventures of a traveling salesman — Part 2

Last month, I started telling a story about traveling through rural Ohio on a sales call. The rest of the story follows: Earlier in the day, NEMT President Linda Allard and I had a successful client visit and we were … Continue reading

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Annual AHDI convention offers hot topics in the desert

NEMT Special Guest Blogger The Lazy River at ACE in Phoenix Betsy Ertel, AHDI-F CEO of SpeedType One of my favorite things about working in the health information field is getting the opportunity to travel and network. In August, that … Continue reading

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Just the fax, Ma’am

According to Wikipedia, fax machines have existed, in various forms, since the 19thcentury, but the modern fax became feasible in the mid-1970s due to advances in technology. Sending a fax can be a very convenient way to deliver hand-written information … Continue reading

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