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What is medical transcription and what a medical transcriptionist do? Every time a patient is examined or diagnostic tests are reviewed a record must be made of a healthcare professional’s analysis. That report then becomes part of the patient’s medical record. To save the doctor’s time and to expedite the process, the analysis is dictated. The voice file is then given to a medical transcriptionist to create a report in a professional way. The transcriptionist works on a computer/laptop with a headset and a foot pedal to transcribe and edit recorded dictations regarding patient assessment and treatment, diagnostic imaging studies, procedures, operations, chart reviews and discharge summaries. As this process involves translating abbreviations and jargon, a proper training is required from a certified institution. One of four transcriptionists work part-time usually for hospitals and physicians’ offices. Many are self-employed.
Qualification: Graduation and above.
English proficiency, good listening, and typing skills are essential. Medical terminology can be covered during training program.
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