Medical Transcription: Techniques and Procedures
As the role of medical transcriptionists undergoes significant changes arising from new and evolving technology, refined skills are necessary to thrive in the new environment. This practical text prepares transcriptionists for the demands of their evolving role, including proofreading, editing, and transcribing via computer, while also addressing other equipment used in the profession.
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abbreviations abdomen adjective allergies answers Appendix auscultation block format blood capital letters chapter chart note chest chief complaint clinic colon comma complete complete blood count copy correct diagnosis dictation dictionary discharge summary disease document drug names edema emergency department errors EXAMPLE Figure full block HEENT hematocrit HIPAA history and physical hospital hyphen Incorrect independent clauses insert laboratory margin material medical record Medical Transcription medical transcriptionist memo modified block nonessential normal noun pain paragraph pathology patient person phrase physical examination physical examination report physician plural PRESENT ILLNESS problem procedure pulse punctuation roman numerals Rule Self-Study Directions sentence signature sound space speech recognition spelling subtopic surgery suture symbols tablets telephone tion Title topic transcribed typed signature urinalysis verb word write x-ray