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  • Electronic Health Records Creating a ‘New Era’ of Health Care Fraud, Officials Say

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    By Fred Schulte and Erika Fry for Fortune.com This story is part of an ongoing series investigating the government’s rollout of electronic health records. Read part one and part two. Derek Lewis was working as an electronic health records specialist for the nation’s largest hospital chain when he heard about software defects that might even “kill a patient.” The doctors at Midwest…

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  • Triple Chocolate Turtle Cookies

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    By Carl’s Bad Cravings Turtle Cookies rolled in mini chocolate chips and pecans then filled with creamy, silky caramel and drizzled with chocolate for triple chocolate heaven! This Turtle Cookies Recipe looks super impressive but is actually super easy to make! Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Servings: 30 Cookies Ingredients Chocolate Cookies 1/2 cup unsalted butter at room temperature (1…

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  • Transcription Platform Rev Slashes Minimum Pay for Workers

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    By Bryan Menegus for Gizmodo Rev, one of biggest names in transcription—and one of the cheapest services of its kind—opted to alter its pay structure with little warning for thousands of contractors on its platform, some of whom are furious at what they expect will be smaller paychecks from here on out. Launched in 2010, Rev made a name for…

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  • A List of Commonly Confused Words

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    By University of Richmond Writing Center Words that sound alike or nearly alike but have different meanings often cause writers trouble. Here are a few of the most common pairs with correct definitions and examples: ACCEPT-to receive ex: He accepts defeat well. EXCEPT-to take or leave out ex: Please take all the books off the shelf except for the red…

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  • Seven Companies That Hire Beginner Transcriptionists From Home

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    From the Work from Home Women If you’ve always craved flexibility in your daily work schedule, becoming a transcriptionist could be the answer. Transcriptionists take audio and video clips and transcribe what is being said to produce polished, written content. If you can type well and efficiently, a work-from-home transcription career may suit you well. You can work when you want, and…

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