Purpose and Scope: This course is being developed.
Purpose and scope: The CMT Study Course is a 12-week level 2 preparatory course consisting of weekly reading assignments and accompanying quizzes to test your knowledge. Participants will spend time reviewing and understanding the CMT exam blue prints as well as studying level 2 clinical medicine concepts by specialty, health information technology, and speech recognition technology. The final two weeks of the course will be spent on practicing critical thinking and accuracy as well as applied transcription and editing skills.
All parties in the study course should be committed to following the schedule outlined and completing the course work in order to achieve the best results and be as prepared as possible prior to sitting for the CMT exam.
Purpose and scope: The RMT Study Course is an interactive ongoing 12-week session consisting of weekly reading assignments on current topics and excerpts from the Language of Medicine, 9th edition and The Book of Style for Medical Transcription, Third edition, presentations and recordings, activity sheets, and 10-20 question quizzes. Participants can chat live with other study group participants and post or comment on discussion topics in the forum. At the end of the 12-week session, participants will be offered a final practice exam consisting of questions pulled randomly from the weekly quizzes.
Purpose and Scope: The RMT exam measures core knowledge of a Level I MT. To recredential as an RMT, you must demonstrate ongoing comprehension of Level I knowledge.
The recredentialing course covers a selection of fundamental objectives including report types, style, grammar, editing, computer maintenance, and ethical business practices. In addition, it covers updated information in style, pharmacology, clinical medicine, technology, and industry standards.
This course includes quizzes for each section and a final examination. Each quiz can be taken twice, with the highest score being graded and recorded. The final exam can only be attempted once. Each quiz and the final exam require a minimum passing score of 75%.