Website Robin Healthcare
THE COMPANY: Robin Healthcare is transforming our health system from its very core, the doctor-patient exam. We marry medical scribing with the latest in speech-to-text and artificial intelligence to produce the highest quality medical notes for our physicians more efficiently than ever before. With Robin’s HIPAA compliant service, physicians are freed to focus on the patient, improving care and outcomes.
THE POSITION: We are looking for a candidate with a good ear and fast fingers to fill our opening as a medical transcriptionist in the medical records department. Every day brings a different set of challenges in this quick-paced behind-the-scenes area of health care, and the right person should be able to work quickly and accurately in this supporting role by maintaining the highest quality medical records for the care and privacy of the public we serve. Under general supervision, a Medical Transcriptionist transcribes reports and records dictated by physicians and other health professionals involving a wide variety of difficult medical terminology such as x-ray and surgical reports, patient histories, physical examinations, consultations, discharge summaries, pathology tissue reports, Emergency Room dictation, cardiopulmonary reports, and special notes.
LOCATION: Austin, TX (this is not a remote position)
Transcribe medical reports, summaries, office visit notes and other medical documents from recorded messages from health care providers
Provide online copies of transcribed document to physicians or other providers for review and signature, making corrections or changes as noted
Be familiar with proper grammar, spelling and sentence structure as well as medical jargon and abbreviations for accuracy
Prepare correspondence, summaries, research and other administrative reports not directly related to patient care in order to assist medical team
Work with transcription equipment that can include speech recognition equipment, word processing and computer software, medical references and other technologies
Maintain strict adherence to patient confidentiality according to provider standards and government regulations
Review transcription documents for quality assurance and precision to spot and correct any errors that could impact patient care and medical liability
Create templates and enter data into electronic health record (EHR) systems for updated record keeping and archives
Uses a variety of resource material to insure correct spelling, terminology and dates
Distributes completed work as appropriate and does related work as required
Proofread document for errors and grammar.
Transcribe dictated recordings made by physicians and healthcare professionals.
Listen to medical reports carefully using headset.
Pause recording using foot pedal.
Rewind or fast forward tape for clarity.
Comply with specific standards that apply to the style of medical records and to the legal and ethical requirements for keeping patient information confidential.
Utilize speech recognition technology.
2 years of stenographic experience
High school diploma or GED
Proficiency with EHR, Microsoft Office and speech recognition software
Ability to type 90 WPM
Certification in medical transcription (CMT)
One year experience must be in transcribing medical records and reports requiring knowledge of medical terminology
Knowledge of a wide variety of medical terminology
Ability to transcribe medical reports from a mechanical source with speed and accuracy
Knowledge of correct use of English, grammar and punctuation
Ability to adjust to various styles of dictation
The ability to understand and follow oral and written directions
Using medical transcription equipment, such as headsets and foot controls
Understanding medical terms and meanings
Knowing voice recognition software