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medical transcriptionist

  • Transcribed approximately 5,000 words per day
  • Worked with doctors’ offices to handle troubleshooting and special requests
  • Maintained records with sensitive data, ensuring encryption and security requirements were met
  • Prepared monthly invoices
  • Purchased and maintained equipment and computer software
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medical transcriptionist

  • Transcribe dictations for over 15 different radiologists across Kitchener and the GTA using a centralized system, consisting of patient histories, x-ray and ultrasound findings, and professional medical opinions, including further management recommendations and follow-up appointment timelines. 
  • Identify any errors in dictations, and consult with radiologists to obtain correct information, by e-mail, fax, telephone, or in person.
  • Review and edit transcribed reports for spelling, grammar, clarity, consistency, and proper medical terminology.
  • Save transcribed reports for technologist’s review to be sent to the referring physician’s office, and make any necessary changes and/or corrections as directed by the technologist. 
  • Work closely and effectively with the doctors and assistants from Immigration Medical Examiners by relaying immigration patients’ chest x-ray findings back to the office as soon as they are dictated, and entering results into each patient’s online case profile. 
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medical transcriptionist

  • Listen to the recorded dictation of a doctor or other healthcare professional
  • Transcribe and interpret the dictation into diagnostic test results, operative reports, referral letters, and other documents
  • Review and edit drafts prepared by speech recognition software, making sure that the transcription is correct, complete, and has a consistent style
  • Translate medical abbreviations and jargon into the appropriate long form
  • Identify inconsistencies, errors, and missing information within a report that could compromise patient care
  • Follow patient confidentiality guidelines and legal documentation requirements
  • Perform quality improvement audits
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medical transcriptionist

  • Translate medical jargon and abbreviations into their expanded forms to ensure the accuracy of patient and health care facility records.
  • Identify mistakes in reports and check with doctors to obtain the correct information.
  • Reviewed, analyzed and managed coding of diagnostic and treatment procedures contained in outpatient medical records. 
  • Interacted with providers and other medical professionals regarding billing and documentation policies, procedures and regulations. 
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medical transcriptionist

  • Worked with a team of 6 stenographers and 20 doctors
  • Transcribed and edited diagnoses before inputting them into patient files
  • Kept an organized file system to access patients efficiently
  • Assisted with administrative jobs including front desk when caught up with own role related tasks including booking clients for appointments, and dealing with requisitions etc.
  • Trained new stenographers until they became independent
  • Can type 100 wpm consistently