Career Step has published a new ebook addressing several myths surrounding the medical transcription industry. The ebook is designed to provide information for those investigating a career in medical transcription by answering many of the questions concerning the careers available in this field.
“Over the past few years, we have seen an increase in the confusion surrounding the viability of medical transcription careers,” said Jerolyn Carter, Vice President of Academics at Career Step. “However, the reality is that many of our employer partners continue to request more Career Step Medical Transcription graduates to fill their entry-level positions—in fact, more than we are able to supply.”
Career Step’s new ebook focuses on issues typically raised by those skeptical of the future of the medical transcription industry. These concerns include the belief that doctors will handle documentation needs on their own in the future, the concern over a lack of local opportunities as hospitals and clinics, and assumptions about the experience required to work from home as a medical transcriptionist.
As a leading medical transcription school, Career Step is uniquely qualified to comment on these concerns. Career Step was originally founded over 20 years ago by an experienced medical transcriptionist who recognized a need for quality career training in her industry. Since then, Career Step has successfully trained tens of thousands of medical transcriptionists. The school’s quality curriculum is approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI) and has earned it a spot as one of the most employer-trusted educators in the industry. Career Step graduates are regularly among the most preferred by employers hiring for entry-level positions, and the school has worked hard to develop positive working relationships with employers to ensure curriculum teaches the skills employers are looking for.
Download a free copy of Career Step’s new ebook “The Top 5 Medical Transcription Myths” here. or call 1-800-411-7073 to speak with an Academic Advisor.