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Lindsey Pitsch

Lindsey Pitsch

Wife, mother of 4, Michigander, Vice President of Client Success, Forensic Pathology Assistant, Former Medical Examiner Investigator, Nerd, Sorority Adviser, Volunteer, Lover of Cooking and all things food.

Recent Posts by Lindsey Pitsch:

Small Businesses Making a Difference

What day is it today? Honestly, I’m not even sure anymore. When I woke up this morning I could have sworn it was Sunday. Of course I was very disappointed when I realized that it was Monday. While I must admit that I have a bit of an advantage over many people right now because I’ve been working from home for the last nine years, I haven’t had to work remotely with four young kids running around. That makes it quite a different story! I also recognize that we are luckier than many because my husband (who is a state trooper) and I both have our jobs and we mostly work opposite shifts. Even though we are able to take turns with the kids, it has been a challenge!

Information Travels Fast... But Sometimes Not Fast Enough

Recently I went to the Emergency Room for extreme pelvic/abdominal pain. Of course, as I was waiting to be seen, I consulted Dr. Google to figure out what was wrong with me. Essentially I determined that I was either totally fine, or about to need emergency surgery. While I do have a degree in biology and try not to get worked up about medical concerns, my mind couldn’t help but wander and try to prepare for the worst case scenario.

PRO Tip: Using Templates to Speed Up Your Dictation and Improve Accuracy

Most of us probably don’t pay much attention, but we use "templates" in our everyday lives.  We are using them so much, in fact, that our devices are even starting to figure out what we are going to say or type next.  For instance, when I go to fill out a form in Google and I start to type my name, Google will try to auto-populate the other fields for address, email, phone number, etc.  Google knows that I have used this information many times before and has essentially created a template for me.  Of course, the world of pathology is much more complex than filling in fields for name and address, but there are still so many areas where you are likely saying the same (or very similar) phrases again and again.

Introducing The Voicebrook Success Community

There's been a recurring theme to our blogs and newsletters. Maybe you've caught it? We've been asking our clients to provide us with feedback, and I want to personally thank all of you who took us up on our request. There are too many to name in this short blog, but from your responses, we've been working to improve your user experience. With that in mind, we are launching the Voicebrook Success Community.

You Use Templates Without Knowing - Make it Official [Free Download]

Most of us probably don’t pay much attention, but we use ‘templates’ in our everyday life.  We are using them so much, in fact, that our devices are even starting to figure out what we are going to say/type next.  For instance, when I go to fill out a form in Google and I start to type my name, Google will try to auto populate the other fields for address, email, phone number, etc.  Google knows that I have used this information many times before and has essentially created a template for me.  Of course the world of Pathology is much more complex than filling in fields for name and address, but there are still so many areas where you are likely saying the same or very similar phrases again and again.