Medical Transcription Registered Apprenticeship Program Launched.CHICAGO -- The Medical Transcription
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MTIA Many Thanks In Advance ) announced today its plans to begin accepting applications for registered apprentices on January 1, 2007, following the recent completion of all necessary administrative requirements called for by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL DOL - Display Oriented Language. Subsystem of DOCUS. Sammet 1969, p.678. ). Under this program, graduates who have passed the Registered Medical Transcription (RMT RMT right mentotransverse (position of the fetus).
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"The MTIA Registered Apprenticeship program will deliver well-trained medical transcriptionists into the marketplace for years to come. Such quality-based, knowledge-workers are essential to patient safety and the transition toward an electronic healthcare infrastructure," stated Sean Carroll Sean Carroll is the name of:
"Considering the grave shortage of qualified medical transcriptionists combined with workplace production pressures to meet turnaround times for clinical documentation, it's important for MTIA and AAMT to partner on solutions for creating more "job-ready" practitioners to handle the growing documentation demands of the healthcare system," stated Peter Preziosi, PhD, CAE (1) (Computer-Aided Engineering) Software that analyzes designs which have been created in the computer or that have been created elsewhere and entered into the computer. , Executive Director, American Association for Medical Transcription. "The MTIA Registered Apprenticeship Program offers a structured environment for newly credentialed graduates to succeed as a new practitioner in the workplace by giving them the additional ear time and counsel which is critical to honing their interpretive medical language and critical thinking skills."
The Registered Apprenticeship Program, sponsored by the MTIA, will offer structured on-the-job learning and related technical instruction for qualified medical transcriptionists entering the profession. MTIA and AAMT have worked for over a year with the Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services to construct the program.
The not-for-profit Medical Transcription Industry Association is the world's largest trade association serving medical transcription service operators. Its mission is to create an environment in which medical transcription companies can prosper, grow, and deliver the highest level of healthcare documentation services. For more information, visit www.mtia.com.
The American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT) has been the professional organization representing medical transcriptionists since 1978. AAMT sets standards of practice and education for medical transcriptionists, administers a certification program, has established a code of ethics Code of Ethics can refer to: