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Being a top-notch medical transcriptionist is dependent upon you improving your skills. Once you complete your medical transcription training you are on your own in terms of skill development. So your best bet for being a top-notch medical transcriptionist after graduation is to develop good practice skills while you are in training and continuing those after you enter the workforce. Here are 5 ways to ensure you continue improving your medical transcription skills.

  1. Practice taking dictation - When you aren't working on a project, take some time out to practice your own dictation. You can do this in one of two ways. Take out your medical transcription course CD-ROM and take a practice dictation that you've already taken several times, or you can talk into a tape recorder for 15 minutes and take dictation on your own recording. Alternatively, have someone else - a friend or relative - create an audio recording for you to take dictation by.
  2. Learn some new medical terms - You can never know enough medical terms. Try memorizing some medical terms you haven't learned yet.
  3. Take a course in English composition - As a medical transcriptionist, you need to be as proficient in grammar and spelling as possible. Take a course from your local community college.
  4. Retake the course - After graduation, you get to keep all of your course materials. In your own time, go back through the textbook and CD-ROM and retake the course on your own time. You'll find out you'll become more proficient the second time around.
  5. Get more business - The more real practice you get, the better you'll get. Get more business and you'll get the natural practice of working on client projects. The more you do, the better you'll get.

Your salary as a medical transcriptionist is dependent on how good your skills are so practice, practice, practice.

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