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Medical transcription is a method of producing one of the many vital documents that become a part of the permanent record of every patient. It does not matter if a patient is seen in a clinic or admitted to a hospital. Every physician treating the patient must document everything done in the course of treatment. Accurate record keeping is an absolute necessity for future reference and to meet the stringent requirements of insurance companies and government regulations

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Becky

WAV Player

Postby Becky » Fri Oct 29, 2004 7:12 am

HI!

I'm a prospective student and am wondering if any of you have any recommendations for a WAV transcriber setup? I found "GearPlayer" at TranscriptionGear.com and wondered how it compares with the player offered with the course. The prices seem to be comparable.

Becky

Rylee

Postby Rylee » Fri Oct 29, 2004 7:18 am

hello mary,

The only one I have used is the Olympus . I can tell you that I have not had any problems with it.
Sorry, can't be of more help.

Rylee


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