Transcription is the highly skilled profession of understanding what the voice of a health care professional is communicating, which includes many Latin and Greek terms, and then creating an accurate finished report for the patient chart.

Our belief has always been that a company can be more successful providing outsource to healthcare companies and treating the patients or customers with the utmost respect, dignity and compassion to achieve it's goals by operating as an extension of the medical business office.

Medicine is the branch of health science and the sector of public life concerned with maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, treatment and possible prevention of disease and injury. It is both an area of knowledge a science of body systems, their diseases and treatment and the applied practice of that knowledge.

Western medical care is shared between medical professionals (physicians) and other professionals such as physician assistants, nurses and pharmacists, sometimes known as allied health professionals. Historically, only those with a medical doctorate have been considered to practice medicine. Clinicians (licensed professionals who deal with patients) can be physicians, nurses, therapists or others. The medical profession is the social and occupational structure of the group of people formally trained and authorized to apply medical knowledge. Many countries and legal jurisdictions have legal limitations on who may practice medicine.

Medicine comprises various specialized sub-branches, such as cardiology, pulmonology, neurology, or other fields such as sports medicine, research or public health. Transcription plays a vital part in every discipline of the health care profession.


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