December 2013
For the Record;Dec2013, Vol. 25 Issue 16, p18
The article offers the insight of several medical transcription department managers on how to address the fluctuations in medical dictation workflow. According to Cheryl Klopcic of Southern Illinois Healthcare, she tries to become transparent with her team and encourages her staff to move into new direction. Heather Steinfeld of Nuance says that medical language specialists (MLSs) should work closely with their managers to find jobs that aligns with their schedules.


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