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Hospitals Outsource Transcription, Coding Despite New Technology
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2/2/2013 | 12:11:45 AM
re: Hospitals Outsource Transcription, Coding Despite New Technology
Outsourcing will always have it's place in today's business world. The advantages are simply too great, and when a cheaper/better alternative pops up (such as speech recognition software in this case), new uses for outsourcing will be found. In the case of transcription, it's also very likely that eventually an automated transcription software may be more accurate than outsourced transcription due to human error.

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