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  • Wed, 11/27/2013 - 13:38
    Coping Tips for Husbands

    Every time your wife laces up her boots, you feel a strong sense of pride. But like the spouse of any active duty member out there who lovingly support your other half, you also struggle to find your place, sense of identity and purpose as a military/…

  • Fri, 08/23/2013 - 01:22
    Achieving Focus and (Really) Working from Home

    Here’s a recent statistic that just five years ago would have been laughed off the ledgers of the Department of Labor: a recent survey by the US-based CareerBuilder has revealed that some 35 percent of folks who work from home put in eight hours or more…

  • Thu, 08/15/2013 - 18:24
    Going for Gold: Some Testing Tips and Tricks

    You’ve chosen to go for the gold with one of our nationally recognized certifications. Your calendar is cleared for your testing day and you’re furiously studying for your CMAA, CBCS, CPhT, or both the CMAA & CBCS. Here are some testing tips and…

  • Thu, 02/21/2013 - 14:00
    ICD-10 Prep on a Budget

    When the ICD-10 implementation date moved to October 1, 2014, just about everybody in the medical community and healthcare industry heaved a big sigh of relief. The collective reaction is understandable. Transitioning from the current ICD-9 code set to…

  • Tue, 02/12/2013 - 20:05
    Three Secrets of Effective Telecommuting

    Lucky you. You, along with 30 million other Americans who work from home at least once a week, are the envy of countless clock-punchers in offices everywhere. But telecommuting is becoming the new normal. Legal transcription, business administration and…

  • Tue, 02/05/2013 - 18:31
    5 Tips for Studying Online

    Like so many in the 21st century, you have chosen to advance your education and career by enrolling in an online course. Next step—make the new learning environment work for you. Here are some not-so-modern pointers and some modern considerations to…

  • Tue, 01/29/2013 - 17:45
    Uncovering the Cover Letter

    Whether the job is for a life insurance agent, a pharmacy technician, or a medical transcriptionist, you’ll need a cover letter to introduce yourself to your future employer. A cover letter is different from your resume, although it should always…

  • Wed, 01/09/2013 - 01:46
    ICD-10 Guidelines for the Health and Medical Industries

    If you're in the medical or healthcare industries (especially if you're involved with billing and payments), you probably already know the American medical community is preparing to implement ICD-10, the new medical coding system. ICD-10 was originally…

  • Sat, 12/29/2012 - 04:11
    How Medical Transcriptionists Can Stay Ahead

    Medical transcriptionists are an unusual kind of professionals whose responsibilities require some truly unique capabilities: a working medical vocabulary on a par with that of medical professionals, good proofreading skills, sharp eye, excellent typing…

  • Thu, 12/20/2012 - 17:34
    What Heathcare Workers Need to Know About the Looming ICD-10 Deadline

    Are you ready for ICD-10? Physicians—and those of us who work with them—are dealing with a lot of changes in how we'll handle billing, health records and claims. The biggest of these changes is the new ICD-10 diagnostic coding system. ICD-10 is the 10th…