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9 Steps to a Successful Medical Transcription Career, Part 3

Posted by Chad Sines on Mon, Nov 27, 2017 @ 11:00 AM


Organize your study activities, plan your time, stave off procrastination and be self-disciplined– make it your routine to continue your studies, keep a positive attitude and focus. Avoid looking too far ahead; take it one step at a time. It is very easy to freak yourself out when you look at an entire program and try to take it all in at once. Rest assured, the program is designed around both your ability to complete it as well as what it takes to make you a successful medical transcriptionist. As you progress through the program, you will begin seeing your studies come together as it hones you into a quality medical transcriptionist.


Realize that there is a certain point in your training program where you will have to rely upon your instructor to mentor you through any hurdles. Transcription is more than knowing how to spell medical words, memorizing drug names, and simply typing what you hear. Medical transcription involves ethics, dedication, critical thinking, patience, and the ability to work well with others, who will help guide you to success, as those who have been guided before you.

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Topics: Professional Development, Medical Transcription Training