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Would a 30 yrs experienced pharmacist who is looking for a remote position be qualified for this job? I realize the pay wouldn’t be what I am used to; however, I already have hippa compliant training for 13+ years; and have been literally “scribing” (taking and transcribing orders both in a retail and hospital setting) my entire career. I’ve worked with literally hundreds of doctors in order to be sure I am accurate to their individual standards. I also have excellent English writing skills. I can type very fast and accurately and enjoy medical terminology.
Please respond if I would be a good match in any department availability; and I will apply immediately. I will use this question and your answer and today’s date so you will be able to locate my file easily. Although it asks not to post personal information if you reply in a manner that I can privately respond to; I will do that with my NPI number as the subject; which you can easily match to my name on NPI’s database.

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I'll start by saying that you need to learn to spell HIPAA. If you're willing to undergo additional training to become familiar with hospital and clinic documentation types and the specific terminology used in them, you can prosper in this field. Be aware that there is a lot more than just names of drugs involved and there will be a learning curve.

Answered - Senior Healthcare Documentation Specialist (Current Employee) - Nashville, TN

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