Monthly Archives: April 2012

Getting on the bus: six tips for making new hires

I’m attending the Women Presidents’ Organization 12th Annual Conference in Atlanta this week.  Jim Collins, author of a number of books including Good to Great and his most recent, Great by Choice, was this morning’s keynote speaker. This is the … Continue reading

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Fear and loathing (ICD-10 isn’t as scary as you think)

Last week, I attended the AHIMA 2012 ICD-10 Summit. The program kicked off with Rose Dunn, COO of First Class Solutions and past interim CEO of AHIMA. If ICD-10 is in your future, take every opportunity to hear what she … Continue reading

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Teamwork (from 1,000 miles away)

When small companies turn into big companies, they face new challenges and NEMT is no exception. We’ve been in business for 22 years but in the last decade, we’ve moved from a regional New England-based company to a large national … Continue reading

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More free stuff

I hope you enjoyed the freebies from my last blog article. Here are a few more free things you can get on the Internet. Anti-virus software As I’ve said before, you NEED to have anti-virus software installed on your computer … Continue reading

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So how do you really ensure accuracy in transcription?

Last week I was at a state HIM association meeting.  Standing at our booth when traffic in the exhibit hall was light, an HIM director approached.  I greeted her and she responded.  Then she paused to look at the messages … Continue reading

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