“So many people walk around with a meaningless life. They seem half-asleep, even when they’re busy doing things they think are important. This is because they’re chasing the wrong things. The way you get meaning into your life is to devote yourself to loving others, devote yourself to your community around you, and devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning.” -Mitch Albom
A registered medical transcriptionist obtains certification via an examination given by the Association For Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI). The RMT test consists of a 130-question exam, which is comprised of multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank questions. There is also a transcription-performance portion of the test, in which dictation must be transcribed and edited.
Upon passing the RMT exam, the credential is valid for 3 years. After three years, the credential can be renewed via a test or attendance of a designated professional course.
I found this video on machine keypads. I’ve never tried stacking multiple pads on the vowel keys. Seems like a great idea though.
I don’t think they manufacture the textured-rubber pads that I currently have. I just order some leather ones. I hope they last longer than the rubber ones though. I loved the feel of the rubber ones, but they started to slide after about a month of use.
Option #1: choroid= KOR/ROID
Option #2: choroid= KHOR/ROID
[SIDEBAR: I like to use the brief KHOR/ROID because it doesn’t conflict with “corps reside” like KOR/ROID does.]
Here are some briefs from the video:
duly licensed to practice medicine= DLIM
New Jersey= NAOURJ
medical school= MAOL
ophthalmology= OPT/MOLG or MOLG
ophthalmologist= OPT/MOLGT or MOLGT
with reference= WREFRNS
neoplasm= NAOE/O*E/PLAFM or NEO/OE/PLAFM
as a result= SRULT
melanoma= MEL/NOE/MA or MEL/A/NOE/MA choroid= KOR/ROID or KHOR/ROID [SIDEBAR: I like to use the brief KHOR/ROID because it doesn’t conflict with “corps reside” like KOR/ROID does.]