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medical transcriptionOur current jobs are listed below. Keep in mind most of our job postings do fill up quickly, so it is best to apply to the posted jobs as soon as you can.


Out of all the types of transcription, medical transcription jobs are in the highest demand and typically requires the most experience and training. If you are lacking experience or training, it might be time to think about going through a training program. For others with little to no experience, you might want to look at our general transcription jobs to gain some experience and to help fill up your resume.


Take time when applying to the jobs you are interested in. That job may lead into a great relationship with the employer and more importantly a long term job. Good Luck and thank you for helping fill our job openings.

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Experienced person who can comprehend technical medical language to avoid unnecessary revisions /spelling and attention to sentence structure a must/ my voice is very clear and emphatic/ voice recordings will be sent by Net memo application

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Medical Transcriptionist


THIS JOB IS PERFORMED AT THE HOSPITAL - NO REMOTE WORK IS AVAILABLE

Job Purpose:
Provides a record of patient care by transcribing and interpreting physicians' dictation into medical-legal documents.

Duties:
* Prepares work to be accomplished by gathering and sorting transcription tapes and written instructions.

* Determines format and content by following written or dictated instructions.

* Establishes document format by entering commands for spacing, margins, type size, style and color, and other parameters.

* Helps physicians use dictation equipment by demonstrating dictation techniques and procedures.

* Prepares documents by using transcription equipment; applying knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology; employing listening skills to decipher various accents, dialects, and dictation styles; operating a word processor to input data.

* Corrects spelling and medical terminology errors by using dictionary and medical reference books.

* Edits documents by recognizing, interpreting, and evaluating repetitions, discrepancies, and inaccuracies in dictation; editing, revising, and clarifying without altering meaning and style.

* Complies with medical-legal policies, procedures, and priorities by perceiving medical documents as legal evidence, such as amendments of recordings; seeking clarification; recognizing and reporting problems, errors, and discrepancies to management.

* Stores completed documents by entering documents in data base.

* Prints documents by loading paper in printer; changing printing mechanisms; generating print commands.

* Distributes documents by routing to physicians for editing and approvals.

* Maintains patient confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
 
* Performs other duties as assigned.

Skills/Qualifications:
-Knowledge of medical and surgical terminology, anatomy and physiology.  
-Ability to transcribe a minimum of 1,000 lines per day.
-Two to three years previous experience transcribing medical reports.
-Familiarity with the standards medical reports, including discharge summaries, consultations, operative reports, pathology and radiology.

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Medical Transcriptionist

Small Risk Management firm looking for a Medical Transcription Secretary
Must have 1-2 years medical experience - Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm
Salary based on experience and skills

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Medical Transcription



I am Looking for Experianced Medical Transcription people with work Experiance
This is Long term and Full time job if you are available for Full time Then only need to apply

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Medical Transciptionist part time


EXPERIENCED Radiology Transcriptionist with at least three years of experience transcribing radiology reports. Must have experience and be able to jump in with both feet. Knowledge of Excel is a plus. This is a remote independent contractor position. Equipment requirements are PC with Microsoft Word 2003 (or higher), Excel, Express Scribe and three-pedal foot pedal with USB connection. If you want to make some extra spending money working a few hours a day,

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60 min light medical transcription (need to know anatomy terms)



Hi, I have about 56 minutes of a recording I need transcribed, she is a native English speaker. You would need to familiar with terms like thyroid, endocrine system, etc - it is not by a doctor but it does reference some anatomy. There is a lot of deadspace too in the recording, you can just put (Pause - 3 minutes) or something like that. She is an energy healer so she is doing some description and then pausing while she silently works. It is around the topic of weight loss. It does not need to be perfect as we are just going to use the information to re-record the mp3. The quality is not great, but it is understandable. Please bid on entire 56-57 minutes. I will need it in a couple of days. Thanks.

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Transcribe 50-70min Interviews for a Podcast



The job is to do the following:

- Listen to an interview on health related topics.
- Transcribe the audio into a MS Word document.
- Highlight words / phrases in yellow that you are not sure of

Email me the Word Document when you are done. You can use Google Docs or Open Office. MS Offie is ideal.

I discourage the use of voice-to-text software since it didn't work for me. If it worked properly, I would not post this position.

Please email me a quick summary of how you would carry out these tasks and the amount of time it would take for you to transcribe a 50-75 min session.

I will post the mp3's to a google drive link for you. Your response to me must include the following to make sure you read the posting :-)

1) Problems with audio to text conversion software
2) Any past experience you've done in transcribing for podcasts and interviews
3) Which word editor you will use - MS Office, G Docs, Open Office

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Medical Transcriptionist


IN-House Medical Transcription.   Busy imaging practice seeking "in-house" transcriptionist.  Radiology / Mammography transcription experience preferred.  Duties: Determines format and content by following written or dictated instructions. Establishes document format by entering commands for spacing, margins, type size, style and color, and other parameters. Prepares documents by using transcription equipment; applying knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology; employing listening skills to decipher various accents, dialects, and dictation styles; operating a word processor to input data. Corrects spelling and medical terminology errors. Edits documents by recognizing, interpreting, and evaluating repetitions, discrepancies, and inaccuracies in dictation; editing, revising, and clarifying without altering meaning and style. Complies with medical-legal policies, procedures, and priorities by perceiving medical documents as legal evidence, such as amendments of recordings; seeking clarification; recognizing and reporting problems, errors, and discrepancies to management. Stores completed documents by entering documents in data base. Prints documents by loading paper in printer; changing printing mechanisms; generating print commands.  

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Audio Transcription - Only US transcriptionist with experience in medical transcription.



Need experienced transcriptionist to transcribe several audio lectures.

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IME Medical Transcriptionist


Seeking an experienced medical transcriptionist as an independent contractor. Applicant must be detail-oriented and flexible enough to adapt to specific clients' formatting and style requests. Must be extremely familiar with Word and be able to set up and fill in templates for reports. Files sent and returned via Dropbox. Ability to transcribe various audio files including dss, mp3, mp4 files, and convert pdf files to Word documents. Generally require 24 hour or less TAT with occasional STAT dictation. Requires own foot pedal and transcription software. Need to be able to produce reports of near-perfect quality with regard to grammar, typos, spelling doctor's names, facility names, places, etc. Must have experience in IMEs, file reviews, panels, PIPs, workers' compensation, disability, etc. Experience in orthopaedics, neurology, psychology, psychiatry and other related disciplines required. Workload varies, but could expect 2-4 hours of dictation per day. The faster you can turn around work, the more I can send you. File length varies from 15 minutes to 2+ hours on single patient. For the most part, physicians are very easy to understand and transcribe. Only a couple of ESL docs and they are not difficult.

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