What Is a Medical Transcriptionist?
Posted Tuesday, Mar 27, 2012 by
The job of a medical transcriptionist is important because the documents they create eventually become part of patients’ permanent files. Physicians and other health care professionals dictate recordings for medical transcriptionists’ to transcribe into medical reports, office correspondence and other administrative-related material.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, the job outlook is good for aspiring medical transcriptionists through 2018.* Medical transcriptionist training could be the education tool you need to help place your career on the fast track.
Everest Now Offers Medical Transcriptionist Training
You may already know that Everest is one of the largest health care training schools in the country for programs such as Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, Massage Therapy, and Medical Insurance Billing and Coding. Now Everest, through its newest Continuing Education online division, offers medical transcriptionist training online as an additional option for people who have an interest in pursuing a career in health care.
Medical transcriptionist training can prepare you to perform the following job duties:
- Write discharge summaries
- Document patient medical histories
- Complete physician examination reports
- Compose autopsy reports
- Write diagnostic-imaging reports
- Craft referral letters
- And more
In addition to the online course access, the cost of the course includes a USB foot pedal, dictation practice materials and online medical reference tools.
Visit the Everest Continuing Education Medical Transcriptionist Training page to learn more about all the benefits offered by this online course, such as an accredited institution, money-back guaranteed results, instructor support, 24/7 technical assistance and affordable payment plans.