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Medical Trade Colleges and Vocational Schools with Medical Transcriptionist training programs, in the classroom and online. Get trained as a medical transcriptionist (MT) and review and revise medical documents using speech recognition technology.
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Medical Trade Schools with Transcription Programs
- Career Training Academy
- College of Winchester
- Berkeley College
- Platt College
- St. Pauls School of Nursing
- Rockford Career College
- Hunter Business Schools
- Virginia College
Courses include learning transcribe recordings that contain a doctor’s notes and becoming familiar with human anatomy and medical terminology. You’ll use those skills in your reporting constantly. Your medical transcription report is a permanent part of the patient’s medical file, so accuracy is all important. Fast track, weekend class and hybrid (classroom/online) schedule options are available at most schools.
Medical assistants earned an average of $30,590 in 2015. The top 10% made around $44,000, and entry level positions paid around $22,000.