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At A Glance: Medical Transcription

Medical records have been created and shared among doctors of all types for hundreds of years. Recording and maintaining proper medical records is a vital aspect to treating patients, and the archiving and sharing of these records has become a cornerstone of medical research starting in the 20th century. As doctors and physicians began to rely on technology to reduce the time and effort it takes to record details on patients, the role of medical transcriptionist professionals began to rise and take form. Medical transcriptionists are responsible for taking dictated recordings, shorthand notes, or medical forms that doctors create, and translating them into more accessible and manageable formats. If your business or project is working within the healthcare industry, a medical transcription specialist can be the exact team member you need.

Medical transcription specialists are health professionals with experience working in the healthcare industry, meaning they are familiar with patient-doctor protocol and health administration practices. The primary role of a medical transcriptionist in the modern healthcare environment is to take dictated notes made by a doctor or physician on an audio recording device and enter them into a word processor, thereby digitizing them and making them searchable and manageable. Some specialized MT experts can work with natural voice recognition software and the services that host them to expedite this process. Hiring a freelance medical transcription specialist on Upwork is a powerful way for your business or project to help optimize your use and interaction with medical records in the professional world.

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