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Old 08-30-2006, 01:38 PM   #11
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Medical Transcription. Pays good money and you can do it from home. You listen to a recording and put it in writing in a document.
http://www.aamt.org/scriptcontent/index.cfm
http://www.mtdaily.com/
that might be interesting to do. I will have to look into that and see what all is involved. I type all day anyways
they have alot of seminars around here at motel conf centers to get people in and answer ?'* and get people signed up.
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Ever thought about real estate investing? It'* obviously outside of the home, but the payoff can be lucrative. Seriously consider buying a rental property. Not only will you make a few hundred per month, but you get to reap the increase in property value in the end. You're in AZ--the real estate market is BOOMING. Get on the bandwagon.

If my wife and I can be successful at it in MI, you can certainly be successful at it in AZ!
If a few hundred a month would smooth things over, he probably doesn't have the start-up for the downpayment or monthly pay either.

The Transcription thing would be nice, but in the end some part time job is sort of what you need. Maybe you could do training 4 days a week, and possibly work 2-3 days a week?
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Medical Transcription. Pays good money and you can do it from home. You listen to a recording and put it in writing in a document.
http://www.aamt.org/scriptcontent/index.cfm
http://www.mtdaily.com/
I think I'll check this out too Sounds like easy cash to pay for my hobbies.
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The wife of a close friend of mine, has a medical transcription service, operating from a home office, with 14 employess working for her, from their own homes. She has transcription contracts with 6 major hospitals and many private doctors. Her business is growing so fast that my buddy is close to shutiing down his construction business and work with her by running the daily operations. She is looking into hiring another 8 employess since she is close to signing a big contract with another big HMO.
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The Transcription thing would be nice, but in the end some part time job is sort of what you need. Maybe you could do training 4 days a week, and possibly work 2-3 days a week?
As soon as Ben finishes school, and get his CFI and CFII ratings, he will be able to make money by instructing others to fly. My cousin did that while in college, then became an USAF C-141 and C-5 pilot. Work a bit for Delta Airlines, and now is a C-17 instructor at Boeing and also the flight examiner for his USAFR unit, flying C-17'*.
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The wife of a close friend of mine, has a medical transcription service, operating from a home office, with 14 employess working for her, from their own homes. She has transcription contracts with 6 major hospitals and many private doctors. Her business is growing so fast that my buddy is close to shutiing down his construction business and work with her by running the daily operations. She is looking into hiring another 8 employess since she is close to signing a big contract with another big HMO.
Is there special training or certification required?
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The people she hires must type at a certain speed, must know Windows programs such as Word, Excel and know how to use a database. I do not know if there are any specifc certification and/or training requirements.
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What are the hours/quota?
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I will get more details tonight.
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The people she hires must type at a certain speed, must know Windows programs such as Word, Excel and know how to use a database. I do not know if there are any specifc certification and/or training requirements.
I type fast, know Windows well, and use a database daily. Find out what else would be required because I might be interested. PLEASE
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