Well, I just covered a depo on Thursday that started at 1:30 p.m.  It was in a hospital so I had to walk a mile with all my gear to get to the depo.  It was video and they wanted the transcript by the next morning.  

The day before the depo I spent the afternoon getting familiar with how work units work, contacting the hospital IT department so I could connect to the hospital internet so my scopists could pick up the transcript and be editing while the depo was going on.  

I could not get connected to the hospital internet so we had to do it the old-fashioned way.  We split the depo in thirds.  We got it done and I managed to get about 4 hours of sleep before I had to get up to get ready for my next depo.

A good scopist is worth their weight in gold.  Thanks, Sherree and Nicole!!!  You are fabulous scopists and fabulous people.  I am glad I know you.  Thanks for being part of my team.  

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That is so nice, Janiece.  I'm sure they appreciate you too. 


When the office tells me I have a daily the next day, I always scramble to get a team together.  That part is stressful when everyone is busy.  I agree that it's a lifesaver to have the extra help. 

So nice to have a team!  My scopist Michelle is awesome.  She always does an excellent job and is ALWAYS calm.  I love that.  I joke with my hubby and say if Michelle ever quits on me, I'm screwed!!!!

Thanks all you wonderful scopists.....

That must have been stressful when you couldn't get on the internet.  

Jeez, Janiece, you walked a mile, seriously, lugging your equipment?  I would have hired a taxi from the parking lot, if if were me, especially on a hot day.


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