Level I MT Training, No CECs Given

Computer Basics     Presenter:  Chad Sines, MS, MBA

A comprehensive review of the internal components of a personal computer, including how hardware interacts with software, email and email attachments, details about how data travels on the web from one PC to another, how to use web browsers, and a security overview.  

Internet Basics Presenter: Chad Sines, MS, MBA

In depth explanation of how the World Wide Web works, including everything you need to know about email, email etiquette, and research tips.

Medical Terminology Review  

A review of medical terms for understanding of the meaning of medical words. Learn how to break down a medical term into word root, prefixes, and suffixes. Also build words starting with the root and adding prefixes and suffixes.

Dictation and Transcription Technology     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

History of transcription and dictation equipment, review of analog equipment, digital equipment, .wav files, ASP platforms, and speech recognition.  

Medicolegal Aspects of the Healthcare Record     

Review of the purpose of the healthcare record, the content and format of records, standards and regulations, confidentiality and risk management, delivery of documents, and proper resources for research. 

Laboratory and Diagnostics     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

BOS: Review common laboratory methods used by physicians to diagnose and treat illnesses along with transcription tips regarding the use of the laboratory values and abbreviations.  Transcription tips, BOS rules, terminology nomenclature.

Cardiology     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

A comprehensive review of the anatomy of the heart, along with common diseases, diagnostics studies, and pharmacology issues encountered in the medical transcription reports.  Also handy transcription tips, BOS rules, terminology nomenclature.  CEC:  No CEC

Neurology     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

A general overview of the nervous system, its anatomic structures and functional processes as a whole, along with common diseases and disorders, and the diagnostic and imaging techniques used by neurologists to detect and treat neurologic abnormalities.  Transcription tips, BOS rules, terminology nomenclature.  CEC:  No CEC

Orthopedics     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

Introduction to the body’s skeletal and muscular structure , the diseases and conditions treated by orthopedics, and diagnostic studies used to evaluate musculoskeletal disorders.  Transcription tips, BOS rules, terminology nomenclature.  CEC:  No CEC

Immunology     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

The immune system is a specialized network of cells and organs that defend the body against attacks by infections and foreign substances.  This webinar will discuss an overview and function of the immune system, some of the common immunologic diseases and disorders that develop from a malfunction immune system, and the diagnostic modalities used to identify and treat and out-of-control immune system without disabling its basic function of protecting the body from foreign invaders. CEC:  No CEC

Imaging Studies Part 1     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

Diagnostic imaging tests confirm the presence of a disease when there is already suspicion or evidence of an illness, to determine the extent of disease and monitor how well a patient responds to treatment. These tests are a part of nearly every report transcribed by a medical transcriptionist. This webinar will review some of the common imaging terminology and methods used by radiologists to diagnose and treat illness. CEC: No CEC

Imaging Studies Part 2     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

Diagnostic imaging tests confirm the presence of a disease when there is already suspicion or evidence of an illness, to determine the extent of disease and monitor how well a patient responds to treatment. These tests are a part of nearly every report transcribed by a medical transcriptionist. This webinar will review some of the common imaging terminology and methods used by radiologists to diagnose and treat illness.  CEC: No CEC 

Pulmonology     Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

Our lungs take in air approximately 12-20 times per minute, or nearly 25,000 times during a normal day, and are essential to life. This webinar outlines the basic anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system, the process of respiration that takes place in the lungs, and the numerous physiological factors that affect optimal pulmonary function. CEC:  No CEC

GI   Presenter:  Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

The GI system is responsible for digesting food and extracting nutrients necessary to sustain life and includes the anatomy and physiology of several organs and structures in the body. This webinar explores the anatomy and structure of this multi-organ system as well as the disorders and diseases that affect the digestive tract, and the common diagnostic and treatment protocols associated with each. CEC:  No CEC 

Fundamentals of Dermatology Presenter:   Diane Gilmore, CMT, AHDI-F

A comprehensive review of the anatomy of the heart, along with common diseases, diagnostics studies, and pharmacology issues encountered in the medical transcription reports.  Also handy transcription tips, BOS rules, terminology nomenclature.  CEC:  No CEC

Professional Development     

This is a close look at professional development as outlined in the ADHI Model Curriculum, covering work settings, benefits, employment status, finding and applying for a job, demonstrating professionalism in the workplace, management techniques, ethical conducts, identifying and prioritizing work-related obligation, review workplace equipment, measuring outcomes of quality, turnaround time and productivity, ergonomics and security, and growing as an MT. CEC: No CEC

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