Nancy41 – June 11, 2013
I am a Certified Medical Asst. thinking of looking into transcription.....realizing from job apps I would need some specific document transcription training. I am thinking of the transcription course "Career Steps" offers. Ofcourse, with this program I will be taking some courses I already am proficient in due to CMA degree.....keyboarding, medical terminology, anatomy. Do you feel doing medical transcription at home rather than in a workplace setting was financially rewarding or do you feel it would have been more lucrative to commute to healthcare facility and work on site. Realizing when your working from home, your not paying for gas, uniforms, lunches out, etc....but is there some benefits at working on site that I may not realize? Also in medical transcription do most companies pay per line, per document, hourly?