MedForms Spotlight: A Day in the Life of an Editor

coffee-and-computer-860x645A day in the life of an editor at MedForms is a great one! Combining their expertise of grammar and home care, they work diligently to make sure each orientation booklet is perfect. Ever wonder what a day in the life of an editor at MedForms might look like? Every day is different and editors don’t necessarily adhere to a set schedule, but below is a general layout of how each editor spends their day:

8:00 a.m. – The editors brew up their first cup of coffee and make checklists for their day ahead. Editors also answer any immediate emails and take any reorders sitting in their inbox.

8:15 a.m. – Got approvals, anyone? Though it varies, each morning is spent sending orientation booklets to print before the midday print run. Once an approval is received from a home care client, the editor will process the order for printing. Dotting all the i’s and crossing all the t’s, they will review the orientation booklet one last time.

12:00 p.m. – Lunch time! (An editor’s got to eat!)

1:00 p.m. – Time to proof reorders. If you’re an existing client then you know how the reorder process works. An editor will pull your home health or hospice booklet from our queue. From there, the editor will comb through the book and add any regulatory changes, if needed. In addition, they’ll fix formatting issues and revise language for improved readability or content flow.

3:00 p.m. – Late afternoons are always a mixed bag of opportunity (and a bit more coffee). Editors might send more orientation booklets to print, email additional home care proofs or assist clients with home health or hospice regulatory questions. Editors work one-on-one with clients answering all sorts of questions. From home care compliance to pricing – the editors have you covered!

4:30 p.m. – Though an editors job at MedForms is never truly done, their eyes need some rest from the computer. It’s time to call it a day!

The editors at MedForms work diligently to provide clients with the best service and product possible. It also helps that the job is often very rewarding.

“It feels powerful knowing that we are helping those who help others, by maintaining a flow of information and updating agencies in a comprehensible and impactful way. We are both the nurses and the patients in that we have to know the medical and regulatory side of the health care industry, and we have to know what the patient needs to understand,” Editor Ashley Nelson explained. “In addition, working with fellow editors for so many health care agencies and industries has given me great experience in working with a variety of people in different aspects of a greater field.”

As you can see, the MedForms editors work hard to make sure your home health or hospice orientation booklets are top notch. In addition, they strive for the best customer relations in the industry. And yes, there might be a debate over serial commas from time to time, but the MedForms editors enjoy every bit of their job.

Interested in learning more about our home health or hospice orientation booklets and working with these coffee-loving editors? Give the office a call today at 1-800-843-9178 or contact us for more information!



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