Here`s a topic I did on passive voice
, awhile back when it seemed to be a never-ending issue.
As for the site, the main problem I see is reaching the intended market. First of all, there are several successful voice-recognition software applications that capture voice-to-text, particularly designed for medical transcription.
Additionally, many hospitals are moving toward phone-in reports, with remote connections for transcribers using MP3 files and so forth. So the whole idea of medical transcription is very competitive. How does your site enter that competition?
With the PowerPoint presentations, the question I have has to do with when and in what circumstances would your target market need these done? Why isn`t that more clear on the home page?
All in all, it`s a pretty sparse site. Yes, it`s clean and basic, but there isn`t enough "push" toward getting sales. You have some nice example slides on the PowerPoint tab, but they should change faster. I`m thinking more of an "at-a-glance" rather than sit and wait.
You might also have a spell-out of "PA" somewhere on the main page. I`ll suppose it`s a "physician assistant?" Otherwise, it involved Pennsylvania, and that probably isn`t true....right? :-D