It has been a while since I have posted on this blog. I know I am rather hit and miss when it comes to keeping up with this blog, but here lately I have had a lot more off days than on, which makes it very hard to get focused to get anything done. 1,340 more words
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Medical record transcription also referred to as MT is mainly an allied health professional. They mainly deal with the procedures of transcription, or for that matter transforming voice-broadcasting reports as depicted by physicians or health care individuals in text formats. 404 more words
Medical transcription means conversion of a doctor’s observations and notings to a written or electronic format. The details obviously pertain to patients under the doctor’s care. 507 more words
With the advent of many medical transcription companies the scenario of health care documentation has witnessed a major change in the recent times. This article is to educate the readers how these companies function in the health care industry. 428 more words
A recent article in JAMA details the rapid growth of the medical Scribe market, projected to hit 20,000 Scribes by the end of 2014.
Despite the reported advantages of on-site Scribes, a number of disadvantages and concerns have been presented in this and other recent articles, and include high costs, privacy issues, and potential misuse of the Scribe in regard to data entry. 259 more words
The concept of outsourcing medical transcription services is growing in the recent past. This article is all about the medical transcription services that are outsourced and the benefits of such outsourcing activities. 445 more words
Medical Transcription Changes: A Conversation with Vicky Donaldson, Director of Medical Transcription
Director of Sales & Marketing
Q – Do you see Medical Transcription at Synernet as a growing service line?
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