Medical Transcription Reports

Medical transcription is part of the healthcare industry that renders and edits doctor dictated reports, procedures, and notes in an electronic format in order to create files representing the treatment history of patients. Health practitioners dictate what they have done after performing procedures on patients and MT’s transcribe the oral dictation and/or edit reports that have gone through speech recognition software. Pertinent up-to-date, confidential patient information is converted to a written text document by a medical transcriptionist (MT) which are called as the medical transcription reports. This text may be printed and placed in the patient′s record and/or retained only in its electronic format. Medical transcription can be performed by MTs who are employees in a hospital or who work at home as telecommuting employees for the hospital; by MTs working as telecommuting employees or independent contractors for an outsourced service that performs the work offsite under contract to a hospital, clinic, physician group or other healthcare provider; or by MTs working directly for the providers of service (doctors or their group practices) either onsite or telecommuting as employees or contractors

Related Journals of Medical Transcription Reports

Medical Case Reports, Journal of Informatics and Data Mining, Translational Biomedicine, Invasive Cardiology: Future Medicine, Medical Mycology: Open Access, Journal of the American Association for Medical Transcription, Journal (American Association for Medical Transcription), Transcription

 

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