There are certain skills that can help you become a Medical Transcriptionist. The Penn Foster Medical Transcriptionist Program helps you learn them quickly and conveniently!
You'll get hands-on training in:
You'll also get valuable information about interpersonal communication and time and stress management. It's like having your own personal Medical Transcriptionist School. Medical Transcriptionists play a vital part of a health care team. You’ll learn knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, and medical record keeping that can make you a valuable asset to physicians, hospitals, or clinics.
Earn your Career Diploma at home in as little as 12 months or take longer if you wish. Learn the medical terminology for accurate transcription. Gain PC and administrative skills to help a medical office run efficiently and effectively. You'll get the knowledge to help you pursue a career as a Medical Transcriptionist. Sharpen your administrative skills. Learn all about PC basics and word processing, medical record keeping, math for the office professional, financial management, and medical insurance. Get the clinical knowledge. Learn all about medical terminology, clinical procedures, and laws and ethics that affect the field. Enhance your communications skills. Learn time and stress management, voice and diction, and how to communicate more effectively with doctors, nurses, and coworkers.