Take This One-Second Poll on the Future of Traditional Medical Transcription


UPDATE: The poll is now closed and the webinar has passed, but you can still listen to the webinar here until April 2010:

You might have noticed that I’m a big fan of FREE.  I believe sharing information and experience builds relationships.  Giving information and experience away for free is my ideal.  My blog is free, although I must hint that my first eBook is about to be published and will be available here at Manage My Practice.  It will not be free.  But it will be a great deal and it will pay for itself in 31 days.

What do I get out of blogging?  You!  You freely share your information and your experience with me, and we both learn and become better.  We also get to know each other.  Through my blog I’ve met the most wonderful bloggers and authors and managers and vendors and people who have enriched my life.

I have a favor to ask of you.  I am participating in a webinar on October 14th – the details are at the bottom of this post.  The webinar, of course, is FREE.  I am exploring the future of traditional medical transcription and it would help me so much if you would answer one question.  I really, really want to know what you think.

Please click here to answer one question.

Thank you very much!

Mary Pat


Evolving Medical Transcription: Technology’s Impact on Traditional Transcription’s Processes

What will happen to dictation and transcription in the coming age of electronic medical records? With the help of computers, doctors and nurses do more of the documentation themselves, and transcriptionists may find themselves becoming editors rather than typists.

When: October 14, 2009

Time: 2 pm ET/ 11 am PT

Duration: 1 hour

Register Here


Posted in: Learn This: Technology Answers

Leave a Comment (2) ↓


  1. CIndy-jo October 14, 2009

    Mary Pat –

    I enjoyed your webinar tremendously. A great example of the value that you add to the practice management field. Your insights into the need to integrate transcription and EMR systems to help evolve to a more efficient clinical care environment. KUDOS!

    • Mary Pat Whaley October 14, 2009

      Thanks, Cindy!

      It was so much fun putting together the program. Stay tuned for information on another free webinar I’m doing November – this time on the topic of front-end patient collections. It will coincide with the publication of my first eBook. I look forward to your honest feedback on both.

      Best wishes,

      Mary Pat

      p.s. Hope it wasn’t too obvious I have a cold – at least with a webinar I can’t cough on anyone in the audience!