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How Can Medical Typists Help You?

Medical typists are integral to the smooth and efficient operation of the healthcare industry - they are transcription specialists who have a deep understanding of dictated medical language and terminology. They are able to competently respond to the specific and specialised transcription requirements of the medical profession. 
Doctors and specialists dictate their reports and medical typists transcribe these reports.  This means the medical typist needs to listen, discern, and then type the medical dictations into formalised medical reporting. If you are considering outsourcing medical transcription services it is important to consider the five key ways medical typists can help you and your practice.Provide Accurate Medical RecordsFor any medical professional or medical practice maintaining accurate medical records is essential in delivering excellence in patient care and meeting legislative and other regulatory requirements.Medical typists and medical transcription services are high…
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How Does an Accountant Add Value to a Company?

Defining and delivering value to business clients is of crucial importance for accountants in Conwy and business advisors alike, however, it is something many struggles to do. With that in mind, what value can a good advisor add to your business? In reality, the answer will be different for everyone as you, the business owner, each has unique needs, however, the bottom line is your advisor should support you when you need it and help you maximise the returns you get from your business endeavours.Some key areas of value that an advisor can add to your business are listed below. Please note that whilst we’ve used the term advisor and accountant interchangeably here, a good accountant will usually also be a good business advisor, but a good business advisor won’t necessarily be a qualified accountant.Hassle-free Compliance  Complying with your business’s legal obligations can be painful and distracting for an owner wanting to get on with what they do best. A good accountant can alleviate…

Why is CCTV Important for Your Business?

Do we pay the price of keeping our business premises safe and secure? Do we have a good ROI when we spend our hard-earned cash on CCTV monitoring of our property? How crucial is it to have our premises covered by a well-designed professionally installed security system?One of the most cost-effective ways to provide security in the workplace is with CCTV Chester, the highly advanced technology of modern security cameras allow businesses to lower cost and risk by protecting their assets with continuous and seamless monitoring of their premises. Here are some reasons why CCTV systems are crucial and extremely necessary for businesses today.Complete CoverageA well-designed CCTV infrastructure is practically impenetrable and can provide 100% coverage. Multiple cameras keeping an eye on each other’s blind spots in addition to keeping an eye on the most vulnerable areas of the property, full monitoring is not hampered by human errors such as the guard being on quick nap break or simply being…

How to Deal with a Legal Problem

In life (and business) we can come up to legal problems, as such we need to be prepared to deal with them in the proper manner.
Do not ignore it. Legal issues tend to not magically disappear, they can get more complex and worse as time goes by so it can be better to deal with it further down the line. Determine the urgency - how urgent is this issue at hand? It will help you to determine how to deal with the situation. It could be made apparent by a bailiff knocking on the door, or you may need to check the documents to see how much time you have. Escalate the matter - this is something that needs to be considered, it may be worth escalating, it may not. What is important is that you take appropriate steps. Getting a legal consultation or talking with other treasurers could help you. Dealing with the highly urgent matters, such as being locked out of premises by a landlord, someone threatening to go public with a story in the near future, you could need some legal advice. In which c…

Why Do Some Restaurants Choose to Have an Open Kitchen?

Across the UK, people's appetite for dining out has risen dramatically in the last 10 years or so, and with an increasing number of cuisines to try out, it’s easy to see why. We can also decide between fine dining, gastropubs, cafes, street food and allsorts in between - the supply is there for the demand. As humans, we are also creatures of habit. 98% of us return to food establishments over and over again, so you’ll need something interesting to get a customer hooked before someone else does!
What do customers actually want out of their favorite restaurants? First clue - it isn’t only the food! Just like the kitchens in our homes are a space for entertaining alongside the tasty treats, customers want a place for socialising with almost a show of somesort. Opening your kitchen up for your diners to watch is the perfect way to do this, just make sure you have the correct catering equipment north wales to look the part too. 
Here are 3 reasons why open kitchens are a great idea:
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4 Reasons why your Business Needs an Accountant

Many small businesses owners don't realise that a staggering percent of businesses fail within the first 18 months. Typically, one of the main causes is having poor financial management.Despite these dire consequences, many business owners go it alone when it comes to managing their money. A recent report found that 53 percent of small business owners don’t use an accountant at all. While we shouldn’t jump to the conclusion that these businesses are worse off for not having an accountant, we can’t underestimate the breadth of knowledge and experience an accountant can provide.For example, most people don’t service their cars at home. Instead, they take them to a professional mechanic who can keep things running smoothly and spot potential issues. Small businesses need just the same attention from professional accountants in North Wales. Accountants do so much more than just tax filing. They can take a comprehensive assessment of your finances and create a forecast through the year…

Research Interviews with Zoom

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the UK in March, the video conferencing tool Zoom has become ubiquitous. It’s used for absolutely everything from business meetings and those working from home to virtual pub quizzes or social hangouts. It can also be effectively used for Zoom interview user research.
More people are using Zoom these days than ever. In April 2020, Zoom had 300 million meeting participants a day. That’s a significant increase compared to 10 million a day in December 2019.When you need to do market research, gather qualitative data or do usability testing, your interview subjects may be familiar with Zoom. Remote research with a Zoom video interview is a convenient way to gather qualitative data.How do you conduct research remotely?To conduct remote research, use a reliable video and audio conferencing tool, like Zoom. Ask for the subject’s permission to record the interview, so you can transcribe the interview and refer back to it in the future. Set up features like quest…