Let’s Get Tweetin’!!

Who says transcription can’t be innovative? Not M*Modal and not AHDI!

Innovation is not a word typically associated with medical transcription. Despite many technological advances, the product delivered has not changed much over the years. Transcription has come to be seen as an expense rather than as something of value.

The situation is not helped by the fact that technology vendors often present their solutions to hospitals as the means to reduce or eliminate transcription costs. Transcription has come to be seen as a commodity and even the transcription provider seems to have forgotten its value.

AHDI and M*Modal will be collaborating in a series of conversations over the next few months to discuss these topics and more. We will be using several different venues, including webinars, articles, blogs, and online chats to talk about the following and more:

1. What is transcription and why is it still relevant?
2. Wanted: The Career-Minded MT
3. Managing for efficiency
4. Transcription Innovation in the World of Meaningful Use

Join us as we kick off these important discussions at The Great ACE Tweet-Up, hosted by Lea Sims of AHDI and Lynn Kosegi of M*Modal, at ACE 2010 in Austin, Texas, in the AHDI Lounge…Live!

Thursday, August 5, from 1 – 2 p.m. local time.

Visit http://www.ace365.org/page/the-great-ace-tweet-up for more information….

3 Responses

  1. Shoot! I’m going to be on my flight to NY at this time. Will I be able to access this later?

    • Hi Sireeta: We will be following up with a series of webinars and articles later on…so stay tuned and safe travels!

      -Lynn

  2. Great! Thanks Lynn I can’t wait 🙂

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