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Discussion in 'MedCrowd' started by razorbacks0121, Oct 12, 2012.
Then hit the wrong button when he sent another email out confirming the time for AM instead of PM.
Title: Collect Medical (Services/Procedures) practice data 3 using the website provided
Requester: MedCrowd [A3AGILFBOVKI09] (TO)
Description: We ask that you collect medical practice information using the website provided.
Qualifications: Medical Information is not less than 85, Total approved HITs is not less than 500, HIT approval rate (%) is not less than 96
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They are up!
Ughhh, right before my day ends.
-goes for another cup of coffee- LOL
Is anyone else's timer starting at 50 seconds?
I know MedCrowd is supposed to be a good company. I see those most recent hits that were posted. I have all the quals except MedCrowds medical data one. I requested for it. Is there any sort of things I need to do to get it or just request it and wait for them to accept it? Are these easy ones to do like Oscars? If they are then the 0.15 cents pay increase would be awesome. Thanks!
Mine is starting normal, but the dentists websites are loading super slow for me.
It's just you Bertha. Set your PC clock 50 seconds back, it will then correctly start at 00:00
When I put the procedures in I list them and put a space between them so it is one procedure on each line, do you prefer that over listing them in paragraph form with just a comma in between or does it not matter/
I'm so sorry guys, I had to rush out, and I couldn't check that there were not loading/amt problems before I left.
Sorry if it is incovenient that it happened now, but these will be re-rolled into another batch to follow up, most likely tomorrow.
I have to say though, this thread blew up huge. I had to get through like 15 pages to get to this point and I have to say if this was a social experiement I would have been on the floor laughing...but its not...so i'm silently laughing, while also feeling bad that it didnt happen when it was supposed to.
So sorry again all!
~ Mark L.
Usually however it is on the site, as long as it copy/pastes well. otherwise...if it didnt say in the instructions just put them in there separated by a comma.
~ Mark L.
We're glad we can be a source of much enjoyment for you Mark!! LOL
So I was slightly right
Mark, this is a suggestion on these Services types of HITs. It might be faster for workers if there were checkboxes with all of the services normally provided, i.e. Veneers, Root Canals, Extractions, Invisalign, Whitening, etc. I find I do a bit of formatting/cleaning up with the copying and pasting from some web sites. Not sure if others run into the same issues, I may be the only one.
I understand it may be too much hassle since you're a busy guy, or your system wouldn't convert easily, but thanks for the HITs. I'll still be doing them either way!
Adding in a list of "general services" isn't hard. But it becomes hard when each specialty has a different list of services. It would be way to difficult for me to design something smart enough to pull in information based on specific data criteria. As a result, a general list might not apply to all. It is possible to throw an n/a button in there for just those situations where the services don't apply (because 160,000 of 199,000 Dentists in the US are General Dentists).
I will think on this as it is somewhat plausable as I reasoned it out as I typed this response.
~ Mark L.
I hate Orthodontists.
I prefer the current format. Selecting and marking services from a list of about 20 or 30 services for every site is definitely gonna be harder than you imagine.
Yeah I'm not sure what's the best option. I just had a run of about 10 dental web sites where I could copy and paste the services without any formatting, so on the downside it would increase the time on those. The tradeoff may not be worth it, but thanks for thinking about it.
I had a bunch in a row where it took forever to copy/format/paste which got me thinking about it and posted. But as I mentioned, I got a bunch after that where all straight forward copy/paste, so probably not worth changing.
What are y'all putting if you come across an Ortho website and all it says under treatments is Invisalign or something about braces? I've found myself returning these because I hate putting NA unless there's really nothing there at all but I don't know that Invisalign is really considered a 'service/treatment' so much as it's a type of braces.