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A dream career come true from any city or town in India or abroad. Medical Transcription industry is growing very fast in India. The biggest advantage is that a trained and reliable Medical Transcriptionist can also work from home and choose convenient working hours. The earning potential is great. It is an exciting career and has thousands of people working in medical transcription companies or from home all over India.


Work from home.
Choose your own working hours.
Earn High Income.
Be financially independent and stress free.
No age bar. No qualification restrictions.


• Anyone with good English skills (housewives, students from any stream – science/commerce/arts, graduates, undergraduate, doctors, engineers, nurses, physiotherapists, teachers, VRS, retired professionals, etc) and basic computer knowledge is capable of learning Medical Transcription at home and work at home
• A candidate need not be a doctor or a person from a science or medical background. Good listening skills and good written English are the basic requirements. Speed and accuracy can be achieved with practice and good training.
Good training which comprises of reading material, terminology exercises, software usage, English grammar etc can help you build a high paying global career and transform you into a highly competent medical transcriptionist at home.
• No travelling, avoid stress, save time and earn Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 60,000 or more from any city/town in India or abroad.
Home based medical transcription is very popular with educated housewives. (Don’t let your education go to waste). Even part-time medical transcription at home offers you very good earning potential. Be financially independent and have a back-up financial support system for the rest of your life.
• People from small cities or towns need not travel or relocate in big expensive cities to find good high paying jobs. You are just a click away from a highly desirable and stable career.
• Professionals with regular jobs choose to start medical transcription (part time- at home or office) to have an additional income source and a back-up career.
• Students from any stream (Arts, commerce or science) prefer medical transcription to other jobs as they can work from home (or hostel), choose their own working hours and the number of hours they want to work. This helps them manage both their academic career and a steady source of income.

Medical transcription: A brief and simple explanation

Doctors in countries like USA, Canada, etc are required to type and document all the details of their patients. These typed documented reports of the patients are helpful to other doctors in future. These typed documented files or reports are also very important for insurance claims. The doctors in these countries do not have the time to type these reports and labour is very expensive in these countries. The doctors therefore instead of typing these reports, record the details of the patients and create audio files. These audio files through the internet or other means are sent to the companies in India where candidates listen to the audio files and type them. Medical transcription is the conversion of audio files into word files (audio files dictated by foreign doctors concerning their patients). These jobs are outsourced to countries like India for a simple reason; labour is comparatively extremely cheap as compared to USA, Canada, etc. Medical transcription can be done at home choosing your own working hours.


Medical Transcription is highly lucrative as it is recession proof and the income is high as compared to most home-based jobs for a simple reason, the dollar (US or Canadian) and pound (UK ) conversion into rupees is very high. The earning potential is very high in medical transcription. On an average a dedicated medical transcriptionist in India earns around Rs. 25,000 – 55,000 per month. The dollar conversion rates help make medical transcription jobs highly lucrative and attractive.

Medical Transcription industry in India is growing fast. There is a huge shortage of well trained medical transcriptionists. It is estimated that this industry has the potential to grow further at a great speed with the new health care initiatives and investments in USA. Learn and work from home with minimum investment. Make your dream come true and enjoy the benefits of a recession proof career.

Duties of Medical Transcriptionists

Medical transcriptionists typically do the following:
• Listen to the recorded dictation of a doctor or other healthcare worker.
• Interpret and transcribe the dictation into patient history, exam notes, operative reports, referral letters, discharge summaries, and other documents.
• Review and edit drafts prepared by speech recognition software, making sure that the transcription is correct, complete, and consistent in 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 up with the healthcare provider to ensure that reports are accurate.
• Submit health records for physicians to approve.
• Follow patient confidentiality guidelines and legal documentation requirements.
• Enter medical reports into electronic health records (EHR) systems.
• Perform quality improvement audits.

How to Become a Medical Transcriptionist

Medical transcriptionists typically need postsecondary education. Some choose to become certified.

Growth Pattern in Medical Transcription

The various levels in the platform of Medical Transcription depends on the candidates aptitude and individual skills. The career growth travels through basic OJT (on – the – job) trainee to highest level the Quality Analyst.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations for Medical Transcriptionists

Although certification is not required, some medical transcriptionists choose to become certified. The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity offers the Registered Healthcare Documentation Specialist (RHDS) and the Certified Healthcare Documentation Specialist (CHDS) certifications. Both certifications require passing an exam and periodic retesting or continuing education.

The RHDS certification, formerly known as the Registered Medical Transcriptionist (RMT), is for recent graduates with less than 2 years of experience and who work in a single specialty environment, such as a clinic or a doctor's office.

The CHDS certification, formerly known as the Certified Medical Transcriptionist (CMT), is for transcriptionists who hold the RHDS designation. In addition, CHDS candidates must have at least 2 years of acute care experience, including experience handling dictation in various medical specialties.
To maintain certification, medical transcriptionists must complete continuing education requirements every 3 years.

Important Qualities for Medical Transcriptionists

Computer skills. Medical transcriptionists must be comfortable using computers and word-processing software, because those tools are an essential part of their jobs. They also may need to know how to operate electronic health records (EHR) systems.
Critical-thinking skills. Medical transcriptionists must assess medical reports and spot any inaccuracies and inconsistencies in finished drafts. They must also think critically when doing research to find the information that they need and to ensure that sources are both accurate and reliable.
Listening skills. Medical transcriptionists must listen carefully to dictation from physicians. They need to hear and interpret the intended meaning of the medical report.
• Time-management skills. Because dictation must be done quickly, medical transcriptionists should be comfortable working under short deadlines.
Writing skills. Medical transcriptionists need a good understanding of the English language and grammar.

Our Placement Assistance

We offer 100% Placement assistance at various medical transcription firms within India. Most companies outsource work from countries like America, Australia, Canada etc.

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