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What is medical transcription?

Medical transcription is the process whereby one accurately and swiftly transcribes medical records dictated by doctors and others, including history and physical reports, clinic notes, office notes, operative reports, consultation notes, discharge summaries, letters, psychiatric evaluations, laboratory reports, x-ray reports and pathology reports.
It involves receiving dictation by tape, digital system or voice file, and using ear phones, a foot pedal for start-stop control and a word processing program. A variety of word-processing systems are used. It requires good listening and language skills, computer skills and knowledge of medical terms.

How does one become a medical transcriptionist?

For an experienced word processor, it is possible to learn medical transcription while working in an entry-level position, but it is rare because of the need to learn medical vocabulary and formats. Some colleges and hospitals offer classes, and there are several home-study courses available.
MTs work in doctors' offices, clinics, hospitals and transcription services. They also work from home, usually after 2-3 years of experience in an office or hospital. With more experience, MTs go on to teach, supervise, consult, edit and write in the field.


Companies prefer candidates with experience of at least 12 months. However, talented freshers can get in, provided they do well in the test. The candidate must be a degree holder (preferably in science), excellent English comprehension, good listening skills, and should have fast typing skills.You can perform the job from home if you fulfill the basic requirement' 

Basic Reqirement
To start as a home-based transcriptionist you should have have:

1. A Windows PC with at least the following configurations:
    Pentium IV, 256 MB SDRAM, 20 GB hard disk, 52X
    CDROM drive, sound card with amplifier, Internet access.

2. Stereo headphones

3. 56.6 kbps external modem

4. Foot pedal

4. UPS

5.  English  dictionary,   medical dictionary drugs dictionary, medical spellchecker, equipment glossary, abbreviation  dictionary, etc


The Tennessee Career Information Delivery System website lists the salary range for a beginning-level position in this field in Tennessee as $18,610 to $21,575 annually.  With experience, the range increases to $29,830 to $32,410.  The national average is higher by about $1,000 to $2,000 per year.  Salary figures quoted are based on national figures. Local or regional salaries may be lower.


What books are needed to do medical transcription?

An English dictionary, a grammar and style guide, a complete medical dictionary, a drug index, a laboratory and pathology word book, a medical word book by specialty, a surgery word book, a medical abbreviation word book, other specialty word books and a physician directory. A few medical books that are used by MTs are lin the following list: 2000 American Drug Index by Billups, by Facts and Comparisons, sold through Stedman's Saunders' Pharmaceutical Drug Book by Drake & Drake Quick-Look Drug Book The Medical Word Book by Sloane, 3rd Edition, Saunders Webster's Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language by Gramercy Dorland's