I have been looking for a job that I can do at home with the babes at foot around their scheldules. I was wondering if anybody had some insight on which of these would be better finiacially and accessible.
I have a friend that is a coder.... the test was pretty intense, and she had years of experience when her hospital made them all get certified. She does it at home but has to be signed on the computer during certain hours and can't just do it when it works into her schedule. Hope that helps.
Answer by Morgain at 2:03 PM on Aug. 17, 2010
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Answer by Allebas at 2:12 PM on Aug. 17, 2010
I am certified in both and have found that its VERY hard to find a job in BOTH fields. So much so i recently went back to school to further my education. Coding- there are ALOT of people out there who can code, if they have been doing even a few months more then you they will pick them over you for a job. Transcription- Thanks to Technology, alot of us our losing not only our jobs but our drs, Like allebas said, they are now doing everything digital, which leaves no room for Transcriptionist. They are looking for ways to save money and this was one of them. ALOT of the hospitals and drs are now going this route. Good luck, they are both VERY competitive markets.
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