MTEC Announces Release of NexGen Speech Recognition Editing and Medical Transcription Training Program

Students Go Hands-On with Advanced Speech Recognition Software at Same Great Price, Prep for New Clinical Documentation Careers.

Fairlawn, OH (December 9, 2010)MTEC, the leading online Medical Transcription
and Editing training program, proudly announces the January 2011 release of
its NexGen Speech Recognition Editing and Medical Transcription Program. In
response to industry demands for greater clinical documentation expertise, MTEC is
moving their curriculum to the next level. The new NexGen program is the first step in
this important industry migration and is being provided to students at the same price
as current curriculum.

“Many online programs lack the essential component of hands-on, real-world
technology experience,” mentions Sean Carroll, CEO of MTEC. The NexGen
program integrates industry-leading speech recognition software into existing,
online curriculum. “Research with our employers indicates these skills are the
very foundation to a future in the field of clinical documentation and key to student
success in live, production environments,” Carroll adds.

“Our graduates already have the highest satisfaction level in the industry, and now
they will get the technology foundation to expand their skill set and prepare them for
the changing world of clinical documentation,” mentions Kim Buchanan, CMT, AHDI-
F, Director of Education for MTEC.

The new NexGen program provides a seat license for the speech-enabled Fuzion™
medical training platform, the RMT credentialing exam as the final exam; as well
as, mobile learning capabilities with all electronic books. MTEC also prepares their
students for the new healthcare environment by orienting them to the Electronic
Health Record (EHR) as well as educating them on HIPAA standards and information
privacy and security compliance.

About MTEC

The Medical Transcription Education Center (MTEC) was developed and founded in
1996 and is the first school to be approved by the Approval Committee for Certificate
Program (ACCP), a joint committee established by AHDI and AHIMA for certifying
and approving medical transcription education programs. MTEC’s academic purpose
is to prepare students for productive careers in the dynamic, ever-changing, and
challenging medical transcription and editing profession. MTEC is a wholly-owned
subsidiary of Webmedx. MTEC is approved by the State of Ohio Board of Career
Colleges and Schools, Certificate #08-11-1886T.